Prince Shah Karim Al Hussaini, Aga Khan IV, KBE was born on 13 December 1936, in Geneva, Switzerland. Wikipedia
Born: December 13, 1936 (age 78), Geneva, Switzerland
Parents: Joan Yarde-Buller, Prince Aly Khan
Children: Rahim Aga Khan, Zahra Aga Khan, Hussain Aga Khan, Prince Aly Muhammad Aga Khan
Siblings: Yasmin Aga Khan, Prince Amyn Aga Khan,
Organizations founded: Aga Khan Development Network,
Encyclopaedia of Ismailism by Mumtaz Ali Tajddin
His Highness the Aga Khan, visited UNHCR headquarters today to meet UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres and discuss past and future cooperation in emergency operations around the world.
UNHCR staff greeted the Aga Khan before he held private talks with Guterres followed by a meeting with senior UNHCR officials on the long-standing partnership between the Aga Khan Development Network and the UN refugee agency.
Prince Rahim is the second child and eldest of three sons of His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan. Prince Rahim was born on September 12th 1971 in Geneva, Switzerland. He attended Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, U.S.A
Art is a powerful emotional tool for creating awareness and fostering a commitment to change the world, even if each print makes just a small dent. Think Uncle Sam's "I Want You For The U.S. Army," Apple's "Think Different" and the "Wonderful Copenhagen" poster with a police officer helping a mother duck across the street with her small ducklings. If you want to disseminate information quickly and engage people, thought-provoking art posters are an effective medium.
Prince Rahim and Princess Salwa were married on 31 August 2013 on the shores of Lake Geneva at the residence of late Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan in Switzerland.
H. H. The Aga Khan visits International Committee of the Red Cross Headquarters in Geneva - 1985-05-20Posted March 24th, 2010 by heritage
Mowlana Hazar Imam and Begum Saheba were guests of Mr. Alexandre Hay, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross, at a luncheon a the ICRC Headquarters in Geneva on Monday May 20th.
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, a former UN High Commissioner for Refugees and uncle of Prince Karim Aga Khan, spiritual leader of the Ismaili community, died in the United States on Monday. He was 70.The prince died in a Boston hospital after a long illness, an official of one of his foundations told AFP. After a career in the United Nations that spanned nearly 40 years, the prince devoted himself to defence and environmental issues.
Avec le décès de Sadruddin Aga Khan, Genève perd l?une de ses grandes figures internationales.
Il a été l?un des pionniers de la cause environnementale, comme le rappelle à Frédéric Burnand son ami Philippe Roch, directeur de l?Office fédéral de l?environnement.
C?est au Massachusetts Boston Hospital que le prince Sadruddin Aga Khan est mort lundi, des suites d?une longue maladie.
Installé à Genève depuis 1959, le prince était l?un des descendants de l?illustre et richissime famille Aga Khan.
Il principe Sadruddin Aga Khan è morto ieri; aveva 70 anni e da tempo era malato. Ne ha dato notizia una fonte della Fondazione Bellerive di Ginevra, da lui creata nel 1977. 'Il principe è morto ieri al Massachusetts Boston Hospital', ha annunciato la fonte. Nato a Parigi nel 1933, sposato con Catherine Aleya Sursock, l'Aga Khan era figlio di Mohammed Shaha Aga Khan III, della famiglia reale indiana.
Il principe Sadruddin Aga Khan, ex alto commissario dell'Onu per i rifugiati e zio di Karim Aga Khan IV, capo spirituale dei musulmani ismaeliti, è deceduto. Lo ha detto a Ginevra la Fondazione Bellerive-Al Action da lui fondata.Nato a Parigi nel 1933, l'Aga Khan era figlio di Mohammed Shaha Aga Khan III, della famiglia reale indiana.
Il principe ha creato la Fondazione Bellerive e ha presieduto l'associazione Alp Action, attiva nel campo della protezione delle Alpi.
Le réseau Aga Khan de développement (AKDN) a annoncé mardi à Genève le lancement d'une nouvelle génération de produits et de services financiers visant à aider les populations les plus vulnérables du monde.
Funeral ceremonies for Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan who died in Boston on 12th May, will be conducted in Geneva, Switzerland.Arrangements have been made for members of the diplomatic corps, government officials and close friends to pay their last respects to Prince Sadruddin at the Chateau de Bellerive, 25 Chemin du Milieu, 1245 Collonge-Bellerive between 3:00 p.m. (1500 hours) and 8:00 p.m. (2000 hours) on Thursday, 15th May, 2003.
The poorest people in Africa and Asia are to be given access to home loans and insurance by a development agency to help drag them out of poverty and rebuild their lives after a disaster such as the devastating tsunami.The scheme would go beyond the small loans, known as microcredit and often as little as $US50 ($NZ69) given to farmers and entrepreneurs to set them up in business.
The Aga Khan Development Network said it aimed to expand its work to products including health insurance, education loans and savings accounts to the poorest people.
Le prince Sadruddin Aga Khan est décédé aux Etats-Unis des suites d'une longue maladie. Il avait 70 ans, a annoncé une des fondations du prince à Genève. Le prince avait été Haut commissaire aux réfugiés de 1965 à 1977.Le prince est mort au Massachusetts Boston Hospital
The Kansas City Star - CELEBRATED U.N. HUMANITARIAN LEADER PRINCE SADRUDDIN AGA KHAN DIES AT AGE 70 - 2003-05-13Posted February 25th, 2010 by heritage
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, a wealthy philanthropist who held a string of top U.N. humanitarian posts and was the uncle of the spiritual leader of the Ismaili sect of Shiite Islam, has died, associates said Tuesday. He was 70.
Sadruddin died Monday at Massachusetts General hospital in Boston, said Nasir Sunderji, an official of the Geneva-based Bellerive foundation, an environmental organization founded by Sadruddin.
There were no immediate details on the cause of death.
The Toronto Star - CELEBRATED U.N. HUMANITARIAN LEADER PRINCE SADRUDDIN AGA KHAN DIES AT AGE 70 - 2003-05-13Posted February 25th, 2010 by heritage
Prince Sadruddin Aga Khan, a wealthy philanthropist who held a string of top United Nations humanitarian posts and was the uncle of the spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims, has died, associates said today. He was 70.
Sadruddin died Monday in Massachusetts General hospital in Boston, said Nasir Sunderji, an official of the Geneva-based Bellerive Foundation, an environmental organization founded by Sadruddin.
There were no immediate details on the cause of death.