Departure of H.H. The Aga Khan from Nairobi Tuesday March 3, 2015 @ 12:30pm
AKU Convocation in Nairobi on 2nd of March 2015 - Click for VIDEO of the ceremony
Listen to his joke on "Lete Chai" at 24.35 minutes into the video ;-)
Prince Hussain Aga Khan receiving a Medal of Distinction for his environmental work from Lions Clubs International
Speech by Prince Hussain at the Lions Clubs Intern.l-AKDN Tree Planting Initiative in Nairobi City Park 2011-10-19Posted January 2nd, 2015 by librarian-ld
Deforestation is one of the great challenges of our times. Scientists estimate about half of all the forests that once covered the Earth are gone. The United Nations Environment Programme tells us that 13 million hectares of forest are destroyed around the globe every year. At that rate a forest the size of Kenya would be cut in less than six years. A forest the size of Uganda – three…
This year is the UN International Year of Forests. It should remind us of the importance of forests in our lives.
Speech by His Highness the Aga Khan at the Inauguration of the Faculty of Health Sciences 2007-08-13Posted January 2nd, 2015 by librarian-hd
Honourable Minister for Education Professor George Saitoti
Chairman Dehlavi and the Members of the Aga Khan University Board of Trustees
President Firoz Rasul
Generous donors and well wishers of the University
My thanks go out to all of you for sharing in this occasion with me. It is a special one for many reasons - including my close ties over so many years to this country, and to so many here whose friendship has enriched my life.
Nairobi, Kenya - 29 November 2012
City Park face lift: Aga Khan, govt. sign agreement
Published on Nov 29, 2012 by NTVKenya
The government and the Aga Khan Trust have formalized the project to restore the Nairobi City Park. His Highness The Aga Khan and Prime Minister Raila Odinga signed the agreement to rehabilitate the Park at the Nairobi National Museum paving the way for the Aga Khan Trust to embark on the rehabilitation early next year.
HIS Highness the Aga Khan, the spiritual leader of the Ismaili Muslims, has received Kenya’s highest medal of honour.
President Mwai Kibaki awarded him “The Chief of the Order of the Golden Heart of Kenya” during a ceremony at a State banquet in the Aga Khan’s honour, according to a statement.
Kibaki commended him saying he had recorded an impressive and enduring legacy of service both to his religious group and to other people.