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Aga Khan pledges to restore park’s glory 2012-12-02

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Sunday, 2012, December 2
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nairobi city park

His Highness the Aga Khan and Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga yesterday launched a major project to return the Nairobi City Park to its lost glory when they witnessed the signing of an agreement to rehabilitate the facility.


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Aga Khan pledges to restore park’s glory 2012-12-02

 The Aga Khan (L) with Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga after signing an agreement to rehabilitate Nairobi City Park
Source: 
Sunday Monitor

His Highness the Aga Khan and Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga yesterday launched a major project to return the Nairobi City Park to its lost glory when they witnessed the signing of an agreement to rehabilitate the facility.

Kenya: Future Nairobians Will Thank the Aga Khan 2012-11-30

Source: 
allAfrica.com

THE Aga Khan Trust yesterday finalised an agreement with Nairobi City Council to rehabilitate City Park.

The cost of rehabilitation will run into tens of millions of dollars but it is very worthwhile investment.

The 60 hectare park in Parklands provides a recreational space that can be accessed by millions of Nairobians who otherwise have few places to relax.

Today the park is insecure and overgrown, with a congested market (that should somehow be retained) along the roadside.

Aga Khan Trust for Culture to revitalise Nairobi City Park 2012-11-30

Mawlana Hazar Imam, Prime Minister Odinga, Prince Hussain, and other dignitaries discuss the model of the soon to be restored Na
Source: 
theismaili.org

Nairobi, 29 November 2012 — “Culture is a trampoline for development and assistance for some of the poorest people in the world,” declared Mawlana Hazar Imam. He was speaking at a signing ceremony marking an agreement between the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) and the Government of Kenya to rehabilitate Nairobi City Park.

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