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Clean energy: Bringing equity to vulnerable communities

The renewable energy produced by Pamir Energy’s hydropower plants, like this one in Murghab, Tajikistan, has d...

AKDN / Christopher Wilton-Steer

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The West Nile Rural Electrification Company in Uganda: Generating hope for a brighter future

In northwestern Uganda, AKDN is investing in off-grid energy through the West Nile Rural Electrification Compa...

AKDN / Christopher Wilton-Steer

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Bridges between Afghanistan and Tajikistan

The Vanj Bridge -- part of the Aga Khan Development Network’s multi-sector cross-border development strategy -...

AKDN / Christopher Wilton-Steer

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Sustainable Development Goals - Clean water and sanitation

An AKF-supported water pump, Bartang Valley, Tajikistan.

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AKDN | Infrastructure Development

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1 million

AKF, AKAH and AKFED each contribute energy solutions for different needs. AKFED energy providers supply over a million households and other premises.

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Mini hydroelectric plants

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2 million

In 2021, AKDN provided over two million people with safe drinking water, sanitation and/or sewage facilities.

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Ouandja solves the water mystery

We have also used an innovative programme of small, community-led infrastructure projects to encourage local people to take charge of their development. This Stabilisation Programme for Northern Afghanistan was the springboard for today’s conference and tonight’s dialogue. Over € 100 million has been programmed through community consultations into 430 projects, responding to the needs identified by local people as most important to them. These build more than infrastructure: They also build trust, they enhance government legitimacy and civic engagement.

His Highness the Aga Khan
Berlin, January 2019

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