Save water for 75.000 people, in rural Tajikistan: Big number of Ismailis took part in fundraising of Aga Khan Foundation’s ‘Walk & Run’ at ESF Nottingham Festival| View Photos

14-16 April 2017, European Sports Festival,University of Nottingham

The Project:

All funds raised will go toward providing clean water and sanitation to over 75,000 people in rural Tajikistan, Central Asia’s least developed country.

  • £5 million water & sanitation project primarily funded by the Swiss government
  • Every £1 we raise from the Walk & Run results in £10 going to the project
  • Constructing pumps & latrines for 75,000 people
  • Will reduce child mortality & empower women by maximising their time
  • 100% of funds raised at The Aga Khan Foundation Walk & Run will go directly to assist Tajik families

The total project grant is £5 million. The Aga Khan Foundation’s contribution, including the amount raised by the 2017 Aga Khan Foundation Walk & Run, will be £500,000; the rest is funded by the Swiss Government.

Ismaili community of Europe whole heartedly particpate in10 Kilometer Run and 5 Kilometer Walk at Nottingham University area, children, Young, Seniors and leadears  all are there.


Aga Khan Foundation UK’s CEO Mr. Matt Reed Explaining on the ‘Save Water Project’ and thanking the participants and donors

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Aga Khan Foundation Chairman Naguib Kheraj And family


AKF chairman Naguib Kheraj and Council vice president Farhad Mawani receiving water bottles from young volunteer while President Liakatali Hasham greetings toward camera

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Photos: Paderborner SJ, Germany



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