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H. H. The Aga Khan visit to Kenya 2013-11-29

Date: 
Tuesday, 2012, November 27 - Thursday, 2012, November 29
Location: 

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.


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Aga Khan Foundation to train 13,000 youths

County secretary Abdi Muhumed speaking to the press.with him is Aga Khan Foundation manager for Coast and North Eastern Atrash A
Source: 
www.the-star.co.ke

The large number of young people in the Northeast need opportunities to be self-reliant instead of looking for scarce white collar jobs, the Aga Khan Foundation has said.

To achieve this, the government should work together with the private sector and the civil society, the foundation’s manager for Coast and North Eastern Atrash Ali said.

The organisation intends to train 13,000 youths in Garissa, Mandera and Lamu.

Ali distributed training and business equipment to 13 youth groups on Saturday. He said up to 75 per cent of the population in the region are below 35 years.

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