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AKAH emergency response volunteer named Mountain Partnership’s first Youth Goodwill Ambassador

Khorog, GBAO, Tajikistan. With volunteers like Dilshodbegim Khisravova, AKAH works with mountain communities a...

AKAH Tajikistan

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Meet Seeno

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COP26: Climate change resilience in the high mountains of Tajikistan

In Khorog, Tajikistan, AKAH is training local communities in gabion weaving techniques to help construct disas...


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Khorog Centre for Entrepreneurship brings hope to local businesses

“I would like our community to reach a point where we can produce materials here, rather than bringing it from...


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From empty rooms to holistic classrooms

In Murghab, Tajikistan, a young student walks to school.

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AKDN | Tajikistan


$1 billion

We committed over $1 billion between 1995 and 2018.



We work with over half a million beneficiaries a year.

Thinking of the past, I recollect the important dates of Tajik history. Twenty years ago, independence; 16 years ago, an agreement between the Aga Khan Development Network and the Government of Tajikistan in order to contribute to the development of this country. That agreement has enabled us to share as partners in the work of developing Tajikistan and improving the quality of life of the people of this country.

His Highness the Aga Khan
Dushanbe, November 2011

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Agriculture and Food Security


The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) has supported 326,000 farmers to adapt to climate change, seize economic opportunities and mitigate physical hazards.

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Cultural development


Khorog Park receives over 55,000 visitors annually

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Civil society


Fostering a network of over 800 village organisations helped us reach almost 584,000 people in 2021.

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Disaster Preparedness and Response


The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) has helped over 465,000 people mitigate the impact of natural disasters


Early Childhood Development


AKF has improved access to learning for over 18,000 three-to-six-year-old children

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Economic Development

96 percent

Pamir Energy provides energy for about 96 percent of the population of Gorno-Badakhshan, with subsidies for the poorest

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The Aga Khan Lycée has over 2,000 graduates

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AKAH has given over 53,550 people access to safe drinking water and sanitation


Health and Nutrition


650,000 people have gained access to primary health care in the last six years

The First Microfinance Bank Tajikistan (FMFB-T), Murghab branch.



The First Microfinance Bank Tajikistan has 160,000 depositors

AKDN IN Tajikistan

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