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.

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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

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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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