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Nairobi, Kenya AKU Convocation Photos 2015-03-02

H.H. The Aga Khan at the AKU Convocation in NAIROBI - His Highness The Aga Khan announced that soon two more Schools, Leadership and Management as well as Hospitality, Leisure and Tourism will share the building with the Media Schoolof the AKU in Nairobi. Expanded knowledge will be key to progress. The Arusha Campus will open In 2019 .

2010-03 - Kenya

Aga Khan Visits Kenya


Mohamedali Hasham Noormohamed

From the collection of Mohamedali Hasham Noormohamed

2007-08-12 Kenya

H.H. The Aga Khan Arrives in Kenya during His Golden Jubilee East Africa Visit.

Idd-ul-Fitr Mubarak to all Ismailis

Idd-ul-Fitr Mubarak to all Ismailis

Hazar Imam leading Namaz prayers during Idd-ul-Fitr in Nairobi 1944-09-19 Tuesday at Main Jamat Khana


Hazar Imam visits Kisumu, Kenya   1981 March
Darbar-e-Shah Karim 1981

Your Highness Prince Aga Khan, the Provincial Commissioner for Nyanza, Mr. Francis Cherogony, Mrs. Cherogony, The Provincial Commissioner for Western Province, Mr. Nashon Ngugi, Mrs. Ngugi, Members of the Parliament, Justice Scriven, Mrs. Scriven, Distinguished Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen and your Worship.

Aga Khan University Hospital conducts landmark surgery to treat Erectile Dysfunction (ED) in men 2022-02-18

Photo: Screenshot from Citizen Digital via Twitter

A Kenyan man suffering from erectile dysfunction has gone in for a penile implant procedure at a health facility.

The procedure was carried out at leading private hospital in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi to help resolve the man’s situation.

The Aga Khan University Hospital where the procedure took place said this was the first time such an operation had been carried out in East and central Africa.

The procedure was carried out on the 44-year-old man who according to doctors had been suffering from erectile dysfunction for a number of years.

Aga Khan Hospitals Get Sh290mn Grant From PROPARCO To Boost Healthcare Access 2022-02-15

The project will provide financial support to scale up oxygen supply and critical care capacity in Mombasa and Kisumu counties.

NAIROBI, Kenya, Feb 16 – The Aga Khan hospitals in East Africa have received a Sh290 million grant from Proparco, the private sector financing arm of AFD Group, the French Development Agency to increase access to health care services by boosting oxygen supply and supporting needy patients with quality care.

The grant will benefit the Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi and the Aga Khan Hospitals in Mombasa, Kisumu and Dar-es-Salaam including ninety-four outreach and medical centres of the Aga Khan Health Services in Kenya and Tanzania.

How Aga Khan's Family Built Nairobi's Oldest Mosque 2022-01-25

File Photo of Khoja Mosque located at the start of River Road in Nairobi

Any person who has walked on the streets of Nairobi has definitely come across a three-storey iconic building near the University of Nairobi, painted in grey like old colour, called the Khoja Mosque.

Its actual name is Nairobi Town Jamatkhana, meaning a prayer house or mosque and is located at the junction of Nairobi's Moi Avenue and the start of the famous River Road.

Aga Khan Foundation Donates PPEs To Kisii 2021-12-01

Aga Khan Foundation Donates PPEs To Kisii
kenyanews.go.ke Kenya News Agency

Kisii County has received a donation of Personal Protective Equipment (PPEs) from the Aga Khan Foundation as part of the organisation’s effort to fight against COVID-19 pandemic in Western and Nyanza Counties.

How East Africans can build one common destiny for and by themselves, step by intelligent step 2011-08-14

I am strongly supportive of the process so long as there is real wisdom and no forcing. But disequilibrium is a real risk.
The East African Newspaper theeastafrican.co.ke/news

Peter Mwaura spoke to the founder and chairman of the Aga Khan Development Network, who is also the spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslims, on a wide range of issues — from media ownership in developing societies to religion, development and the quality of life, as well as the risks that wealth disparities pose to regional economic and political integration

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