Uganda: 80 graduate from Madrasa Early Childhood Development Institute — NTV

Eighty (80) students have graduated from the Madrasa Early Childhood Development Institute. They are expected to participate in the growth of children who they will be handling during their time of service. Ambassador Amin Mawji, the diplomatic representative of the Aga Khan Development Network says the early childhood programme has a positive impact on the…

Uganda: 200 teachers graduate from Madrasa centre | The programme run by the AKDN aims to improve the quality of education at pre-primary schools

Over 200 teachers have graduated with certificates under the Madrasa Early Childhood Programme Uganda. The programme run by the Aga Khan Development Network aims to improve the quality of education at pre-primary schools by offering professional training to teachers and caretakers. Published on 24 Aug 2017 Over 200 teachers have graduated with certificates under the…

European Sports Festival 2017 on Friday 14th to Sunday 16 April at ‘The University of Nottingham, UK’ | Sports, Entertainment and AKF Walk & Run

Sports This year’s new venue, the recently opened state of the art sports facility at the University of Nottingham, provides an ideal environment for athletes to focus on their performance. There will be the chance to try new sports, such as Hockey, Throwball, Yoga and Rock-Climbing – alongside the usual favourites – Badminton, Dance, Dodgeball,…

Archive: Photos from ESF 2014 (European Sport Festival) held at Loughborough University, United Kingdom from 18 to 20 April, 2014

Volunteer Amin Mawji on duty as shuttle driver (Amin Mawji, President, Ismaili council for UK) — Photo SJ @ PB Blog (copyright) (Note: Ex President Amin Mawji is now serving as AKDN’s Representatives to Uganda) Photos by PBSJ Blog Photos from ESF Homepage More on http://www.esf2014.org/ ***** Posts from our archives: ESF (European Sports Festival 2014)…