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Breaking ground: Women's climate ventures gain traction in Kenya

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Prince Hussain Aga Khan's "Fragile Beauty" unites partners for conservation

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Aga Khan Hospital, Kisumu expanded to improve health of 6.6m

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Aga Khan Hospital, Mombasa upgraded to better serve 1.2m

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Aga Khan Academy Mombasa celebrates 20 years of excellence

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Princess Zahra Aga Khan meets with Kenya’s President and First Lady

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“Creating leaders”: Impact of an Aga Khan Schools education

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From hunger to hope Kenya’s transition towards sustainable food production

Teresia holds a bucket of homemade biofungicide which she made using materials freely available on her farm. She no longer purchases costly and harmful chemicals, yet yields a greater harvest.

How regenerative farming is helping Kenyan farmers combat climate change

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Grace, an advocate for disability rights, received support from the AKDN East Africa COVID-19 Response Programme to continue her work.

After COVID-19: The journey towards recovery in Eastern Africa

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AKDN | Kenya

The most important thing we can learn or teach at any school – in a world of perpetual change – is the ability to go on learning. None of us have all the answers – quite often we don’t even know what questions to ask. Nor can we discern the road ahead by looking in a rear-view mirror. Past lessons must constantly be renewed and reapplied, as we adapt to new technologies and new expectations.

His Highness the Aga Khan
Nairobi, July 2011

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Civil Society

2,400

The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) supports 2,400 civil society organisations in Kenya

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Environment and Climate Change

12 million

We have planted over 12 million trees in Kenya

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Early Childhood Development

32,500

AKF reaches 32,500 young children in Kenya

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Economic Development

$ 940 million

AKDN companies generate over $ 940 million annually

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Education

49,000

We work with over 49,000 learners in Kenya

The Aga Khan Medical Centre, Kisii – a satellite of the Aga Khan Hospital, Kisumu, Kenya.

Health

900,000

Our health facilities in Kenya receive over 900,000 patient visits per year

AKDN IN Kenya

How We Work