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AKU healthcare camps and mobile units have provided care to over 52,000 people in 18 districts. AKU / Kohi Marri

Experts warn of widespread diseases in flood-affected areas

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Families stranded in inaccessible parts of Chitral have received over 2,000 kg of food. | AKAH Pakistan

Mobilising flood relief and rescue as rains continue to pour in Pakistan

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Ismaili Imamat donates $10 million to Pakistan flood relief efforts

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Community Emergency Response Volunteers and AKAH staff evacuating a vulnerable resident of Sherqilla | AKAH Pakistan

The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat Responds to Devastating Floods in Pakistan

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COP26: Aga Khan Agency for Habitat and World Habitat showcase how mountain communities are adapting to the climate emergency

AKAH technical experts and Community Emergency Response Team personnel tracking glacial melt at Shishper Glaci...


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AKDN | Pakistan



AKDN has worked in Pakistan since 1905

...We are sharply aware that the pace of change is accelerating, that our global neighbourhood is shrinking, and that the best prediction about the future is that it is highly unpredictable. In such a world, creativity and flexibility will be essential to our success.

His Highness the Aga Khan
Karachi, December 2013


Agriculture and Food Security


Over 80,000 people are using rural infrastructure built by AKF or partners

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Civil Society


The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) supports over 670 CSOs


Cultural Development


The Aga Khan Trust for Culture has won 15 UNESCO Asia-Pacific Heritage Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation in Pakistan

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Early Childhood Development


AKF’s programmes reach over 16,500 children in Pakistan


Disaster Preparedness and Response


The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) has produced hazard and risk maps for 677 villages in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral

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Economic Development


Over 400,000 households have benefitted from physical infrastructure projects

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The Aga Khan University’s (AKU) Medical College is ranked #1 in Pakistan

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We have provided access to safe drinking water and sanitation for over 500,000 people in Gilgit-Baltistan and Chitral

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Health and Nutrition

1.1 million

Aga Khan Health Services provides services for over 1.1 million people

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US$ 712 million

HBL-MicroFinanceBank (HBL MFB) has provided over US$ 712 million in loans

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