Canadians Take Steps to End Global Poverty — The Vancouver sun news

Meet Tina: Tina Parbhakar is a Vancouver-based lawyer who is interested in public policy and administration, gender relations and community engagement. She is currently a Board Member of Shanti Uganda, a non-profit that takes a holistic approach to maternal and child health. She is also a Member of the Canadian Bar Association, Lawyers’ Rights Watch…

Aga Khan Foundation USA’s Partnership in action: volunteers collected nearly $7,000,000 this year to end global poverty in developing countries through Walking, running, golfing and other activities

International Volunteer Day: THANK YOU! ***** Our 2013 Partnership Events season has officially wrapped up! With today being International Volunteer Day, we’d like to give a big thank you to all our PartnershipsInActionvolunteers! Here at the Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A. (AKF USA), we deeply appreciate the incredible energy and commitment you have contributed to organize…

Walk builds communities- By ANI TOROSSIAN at Daily Bruin Los Angeles

UCLA students put on their walking shoes Sunday in Santa Monica to support populations in the developing countries of Asia and Africa at the 17th annual Los Angeles Partnership Walk. The walk is operated by the Aga Khan Foundation, a nonprofit and nondenominational organization founded by the spiritual leader of the Shia Ismaili Muslims. The…

Partnership walk to end poverty raises $400,000 – India Post com News

Sidi Toure from Mali performing at Partnership Walk CHICAGO: Over 2,400 walked to end global poverty in the 17th annual Partnership Walk at Millennium Park in downtown Chicago on September 18.   The Chicago Partnership Walk is an initiative of Aga Khan Foundation U.S.A (AKF USA) to raise awareness and funds that reduce poverty, hunger,…