For over 50 years, the Aga Khan Foundation has invested in communities across Africa and Asia to break the cycle... View Article

“For me, school is like a safe haven. It helps me to keep busy and keep away from bad influences,”... View Article

There is nothing that parents love more in this world than their children. Parents everywhere want our children to grow... View Article

A 2016 graduate of Aga Khan Academy (AKA) in Mombasa, Kenya, Barbara Nasila found her way to a leadership role... View Article

Jedidah always arrived early at the office. Some of her colleagues called her ambitious, but for her, the job was... View Article

When Aisha Sethi was young, she had one goal: to apply to university. Now Director of the Dermatology Global Health... View Article

In Mathare, a notoriously poor neighborhood in Nairobi, few families have books. Even schools lack suitable reading material. Across Kenya,... View Article

Ham Serunjogi, a graduate of the Aga Khan Academy in Mombasa, Kenya, previously shared his journey from Uganda to Iowa... View Article

Though many African cultures regard orphans as the responsibility of the community, often only academically gifted orphans have a shot... View Article

A Single Mother in Mombasa I ask you to picture in your mind a house with no ceiling, just aluminum... View Article