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KARACHI VARSITY HOSPITAL TO OPEN OFFICE - 2002-04-29

- GULF NEWS, Dubai: The Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, is to open its first representative office here on May 4. The new office is located at the Oud Metha Office complex and will be opened by Sheikh Mohammed bin Saqr Al Qassimi, Assistant Under- secretary at the Ministry of Health and Director of the Sharjah Medical District.

AFGHANISTAN: 16th CENTURY HISTORICAL SITE UNDER REHABILITATION - 2002-10-14

Kabul (IRIN) : Work has begun to rehabilitate and preserve one of Afghanistan's most historical sites to its original splendour. The tomb of the 16th century Mogul emperor, Babur, and the grounds surrounding it in the Afghan capital Kabul, are to be restored to their former glory by Afghans themselves, with help from the Aga Khan Foundation and the United Nations Development Programme's (UNDP) Recovery and Employment Afghanistan Programme (REAP), funded by the Japanese government.

KARACHI: NGO HELPS IMPROVE LIVING CONDITIONS OF RURAL COMMUNITIES - 2002-04-26

- Dawn, Karachi, Pakistan: The Aga Khan Planning and Building Service, Pakistan (AKPBS, P) the other day organized a daylong workshop on 'Improving the Living Conditions of Rural Communities in Sindh' at Ali Mohammed Ismail village, Khyber, Hyderabad District.

AFGHANISTAN: NEW BRIDGES TO PROVIDE VITAL FOOD ACCESS - 2002-07-25

IRINnews Asia: ISLAMABAD - The construction of five new bridges by the Aga Khan Foundation between the remote northeastern Afghan province of Badakhshan and the southeastern Badakhshoni Khui province in Tajikistan, will help improve the food situation in extremely vulnerable areas, aid workers told IRIN on Thursday. Both provinces are very mountainous, difficult to reach and are geographically isolated in economic terms.

LA BIBLIOTHEQUE ASSASSINEE - 2002-09-01

L'Actualité - Article de Yves Starvridès - En détruisant au lance-roquettes la bibliothèque Nasser Khosrow, les talibans ont effacé des pans entiers de la culture persane. Pour la reconstruire, son directeur compte sur les intellectuels occidentaux. C'était une des plus belles bibliothèques publiques d'Afghanistan. Peut-être même la plus belle. Avec ses 55 000 volumes, elle était le joyau de la Fondation Nasser Khosrow: des manuscrits vieux de 10 siècles y c

AGA KHAN SINKS Sh522m FOR NURSES UNIVERSITY - 2002-02-16

New Vision (Kampala). By John Eremu: ' The Aga Khan Foundation has sunk US$300,000 (sh522m) into the establishment of a university of nursing in Uganda. The East African regional director for Aga Khan Universities, Dr. Grace Miller, told The New Vision in an interview that the money was spent on renovation and equipping the university premises on Makerere Road in Old Kampala. Speaking at the university's open day on Wednesday, the state minister for trade, Dr. Abel Rwendeire, hailed the Aga Khan development network for providing an opportunity for nurses to upgrade.

PRINCE SADRUDDIN AGA KHAN ON THE DESTRUCTION OF BUDDHAS</I> - 2001-03-01

Taleban Target Statues. International Herald Tribune

THE ROYAL ROLE MODEL - 2001-12-01

The Friday Times - If ever there was an Islamic renaissance, it took place in Egypt, ruled over by the Ismaili Fatimid dynasty - Lubna Khan.

PRINCESS SARA, DAUGHTER OF MARK BOYDEN AND PRINCESS ZAHRA AT LONGCHAMPS</I> - 2001-05-16

Point de Vue daté du 16 Mai (page 75) écrit: 'A six mois, Sara, la fille de Mark Boyden et de la princesse Zahra vient d'effectuer sa première sortie officielle'.

THREE Rs443 MILLION PROJECTS FOR KARACHI LAUNCHED - 2001-08-18

Karachi: President Gen Pervez Musharraf on Saturday launched three major projects for Karachi which will be completed within two years at a cost of over Rs443 million... He disclosed that Prince Karim Aga Khan had agreed to launch micro- finance bank in Pakistan so that the poor could get loans to stand on their feet, improve their living and repay the loans in easy instalments.

PROJECT OF FINNISH ARCHITECTS IN AFRICA TO RECEIVE ARCHITECTURE AWARD - 2001-10-31

Helsingin Sanomat (International Edition) : A poultry farming school in Guinea is one of the nine recipients of the Aga Khan Award for Architecture this year. The poultry school was constructed by Indigo, a development cooperation organisation founded by the late Eila Kivekas. The school and its yard were designed by architects Mikko Heikkinen and Markku Komonen

UN IMAM DES SHIITES ISMAELIENS APPELLE A EMPECHER LA FAMINE EN AFGHANISTAN - 2001-10-31

LE MONDE - Selon Karim Agha Khan, imam des chiites ismaéliens, 'il faut d'abord empêcher que des gens meurent de faim en Afghanistan, puis reconstruire une société civile'.

SCUOLA DELL'INFANZIA IN KENIA - 2001-01-01

In alcune aree del Kenya particolarmente svantaggiate un progetto sostenuto dalla Fondazione Aga Khan ha coinvolto le comunità locali per assicurare ai bambini un'adeguata educazione in età prescolare.

USDA TO DONATE AGRICULTURAL COMMODITES FOR TAJIKISTAN - 2001-08-08

Washingston : The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced that it will donate about 5,500 metric tons of U.S. agricultural commodities to the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) for use in Tajikistan under the Food for Progress program.

SHAH KARIM AL-HUSEIN AGA KHAN WILL VISIT OSH - 2001-09-14

Osh (KABAR)- According to the Osh oblast's press service, Shah Karim Al-Husein Aga-Khan will arrive to Osh to visit a new building of a school reconstructed for funds of Karim Aga-Khan. During the visit he will meet with governor Naken Kasiev to discuss key positions of potential cooperation.

USDA TO DONATE AGRICULTURAL COMMODITES FOR TAJIKISTAN - 2001-08-08

Washingston- The U.S. Department of Agriculture today announced that it will donate about 5,500 metric tons of U.S. agricultural commodities to the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) for use in Tajikistan under the Food for Progress program.

SOCIAL STRUCTURES - 2001-12-08

Buildings that blend with community life celebrated at AGA Khan Awards

WORLD BANK: WORLD BANK-AGA KHAN FOUNDATION -- EDUCATION FOR ALL - EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES ESSENTIAL TO BREAK THE CYCLE OF POVERTY - 2001-11-07

Brussels, Belgium - World Bank Press Release: Leading international experts, European decision makers, foundations, NGOs and the private sector met in Brussels today for a roundtable discussion on Early Childhood Development (ECD) predominately in developing countries. The meeting was the first ever organised in Europe by the Aga Khan Foundation and the World Bank.

TEXT OF REPORT BY THE TAJIK NEWS AGENCY ASIA-PLUS - 2001-08-31

Dushanbe : Two experts from the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (AKFED) are in [Tajikistan's] Mountainous Badakhshon Autonomous Region to see for themselves the condition of the Pamir-1 hydroelectric power station, particularly its tunnel, Asia-Plus learnt from an official from the organization, Matthew Scanlon.

FOCUS MOVES TO ASSIST QUAKE VICTIMES - 2002-04-01

The East African (Nairobi). SERIOUS CHALLENGES continue to face outlying populations of quake-hit Nahrin District in Afghanistan as aid agencies consider downscaling relief efforts around Nahrin City. Inaccessible populations, landmines, water and sanitation, and changing weather remain major problems.


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