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Aga Khan Academy

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Aga Khan Academies are an integrated network of schools, dedicated to expanding access to education of an international standard of excellence. http://www.akdn.org/academies.asp

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Texts for Aga Khan Academy

Prince Karim Aga Khan lays the foundation of Aga Khan Academy - 2008-05-20

Dhaka, May 20: Prince Karim Aga Khan lays the foundation of Aga Khan Academy at Baridhara in the city yesterday while Education Adviser Dr Hossain Zillur Rahman looks on. [Photo: STAR]

BUJAGALI IS AGA KHAN'S LARGEST SINGLE INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT WORLDWIDE - 2007-08-17

2007, August 17: The laying of foundation stones at the forthcoming Aga Khan Academy and the Bujagali project, both of which will be prominent Ugandan landmarks, will take place this year. [Daily Monitor]

AGA KHAN LAUNCHES CAMPUS FOR MODEL SCHOOL AT COAST - 2007-08-15

His Highness the Aga Khan and Kenya's Minister for Education, Prof. George Saitoti, at the Aga Khan Academy, Mombasa. AKDN/Gary

2007, August 15:

A multi-million shilling residential campus was inaugurated at the Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa yesterday.Kenya’s Education Minister, Professor George Saitoti, today laid the foundation stone for the construction of the new Residential Campus at the Aga Khan Academy in Kenya’s coastal city of Mombasa, in the presence of His Highness the Aga Khan.

The residential campus will transform the Academy from a high quality day school attended by Mombasa-area students to a residential campus serving students of all backgrounds from across Kenya.

AGA KHAN SCHOOLS - 2007-07-11

2007, July 11: 'We live in a time of rapid change - change that is often unpredictable and not always positive. My experience with development, as an observer and a practitioner, has led me to the conclusion that the best way to manage change, whether positive or negative, is to prepare for it and that there is no greater form of preparation for change than investments in education. [Aga Khan Schools] [H.H the Aga Khan's Vision]

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