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Social Development Recognising that investment in high quality education is the best way to prepare for change, AKDN invests in educating knowledgeable peoples who can contribute innovation and leadership to transitioning economies and communities within mountainous regions.
The agencies work towards the common goals of increasing access to high quality education, fostering of economic opportunity, building human capacity and infrastructure, as well as strengthening civil society and local governance.
Aga Khan Humanities Project UCA builds teaching capacity through the Aga Khan Humanities Project (AKHP), which trains faculty at regional institutions in participatory and student-centered teaching methods.
AKHP implements an integrated humanities curriculum through eight courses taught by 31 instructors in nine Kyrgyz universities and six colleges, in turn benefiting 2,477 students.
Aga Khan School Continuing its investment in the spectrum of education, Aga Khan Education Services (AKES) established the Aga Khan School (AKS) in Osh in 2002.
AKS offers instruction in both English and Russian to 550 students from grades 5 to 11, from diverse socio-economic backgrounds.