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Opening of the Hadi Building - 1996

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H.H. Prince Karim Aga Khan IV

SPEECH AT THE LUNCHEON HOSTED BY THE AGA KHAN FOUNDATION AND THE AGA KHAN SOCIAL WELFARE INSTITUTIONS - 1983-03-22

H.H. The Aga Khan speaking at a luncheon hosted by the Social Institutions and the Aga Khan Foundation, Pakistan, 1983-03-22

Honourable Ministers, Your Excellencies, President Ramzan Merchant, Distinguished Guests

It is a special and very welcome occasion for me to be amongst such distinguished representatives of Government, of foreign countries and of international agencies here today: special because my family and I are deeply involved in social welfare in the widest sense and I particularly appreciate being amongst those who commit their time, resources and efforts for the benefit of mankind.

Aga Khan and Princess Zahra in Kenya for AKU Board of Trustees Meeting - 2009-07-26

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H.H. The Aga Khan and Princess Zahra visited the AKUH in Nairobi, Kenya this afternoon as part of a working visit in the region for AKDN projects

A varsity course tailored to the needs of Indian Ocean people - 2009-02-21

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The East African

The Aga Khan University is working on a curriculum that focuses on the needs of people who share the vast Indian Ocean.

Dr Rafique Keshavjee, East Africa head of academic planning, said the university will do this by harnessing ideas from an ongoing five-day conference in Nairobi.

The conference is dubbed “The Worlds of the Indian Ocean — connecting the past to the future.”

The conference is the first in a series that aims at engaging people of the Indian Ocean to study and discuss issues affecting them.

AKU Conference: The Worlds of the Indian Ocean - 2009-02-21

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The Aga Khan University is working on a curriculum that focuses on the needs of people who share the vast Indian Ocean.

Dr Rafique Keshavjee, East Africa head of academic planning, said the university will do this by harnessing ideas from an ongoing five-day conference in Nairobi.

The conference is dubbed “The Worlds of the Indian Ocean — connecting the past to the future.”

The conference is the first in a series that aims at engaging people of the Indian Ocean to study and discuss issues affecting them.

Aga Khan University graduates 180 students - 2009-01-21

Source: 
Daily Nation

More than 180 students earned degrees in nursing and medicine Wednesday, when the Aga Khan University (AKU) held its fifth graduation ceremony in Nairobi.

University president Firoz Rasul, urged the group to give back to their home communities.

“Make an impact wherever you go, an impact that is reflective of the personal development, good friends and intellectual growth you gained at AKU.”

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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Heritage Society Collection

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AKU Graduation in Nairobi - 2009-01-21

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Aga Khan University held its 5th Graduation ceremony in Nairobi , Kenya , marking the graduation of 185 students in the fields of Medecine and Nursing. Dr Firoz Rassul, the president of AKU together with the guest of honour, Mr. Joseph G. M. Massaqoi, Director UNESCO warmly congratulated the graduants.

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