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

How regenerative farming is helping Kenyan farmers combat climate change

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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

Civil Society


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

Environment and Climate Change

12 million

We have planted over 12 million trees in Kenya

Early Childhood Development


AKF reaches 32,500 young children in Kenya

Economic Development

$ 940 million

AKDN companies generate over $ 940 million annually



We work with over 49,000 learners in Kenya



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


How We Work