BEST4WEER aims to improve women’s social and economic empowerment during the process of COVID-19 recovery and rebuilding.
The challenge: The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every place we work, in different ways. In these unprecedented times, agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) have pulled together to find creative and effective solutions to sustain the important work that needs to be done to improve the quality of human life.
Our solution: Our response to the global threat of COVID-19 includes efforts across multiple areas and is expanding as things change. We provide emergency food aid, basic medicines, and shelter to vulnerable groups. We also support public health measures to “flatten the curve” and help provide high-quality medical care to those infected. Our response brings together efforts from all AKDN agencies in a coordinated way, providing care and expertise in a time of uncertainty.
- Agriculture and Food Security
- Civil Society
- Climate Resilience
- Early Childhood Development
- Engaging Canadians
- Gender Equality
- Health and Nutrition
- Work and Enterprise
An insight into the current crisis in Afghanistan, how AKF is responding and why hope endures.
We helped governments create resources and toolkits to help students continue learning beyond the classroom.
Teeko is a mobile Android application (App) and web portal that assists government administrators to track and monitor vaccinators and immunization coverage.
The CIRP is a two-year applied research initiative to identify existing gaps in preparedness and response of health systems.
“Just as crisis is a fact of human history, so of course is resilience, the ability of human communities to
“Among the founding principles that were set out by the Chancellor, was that AKU…should be able to serve [the] populations in which
In many ways, the COVID-19 pandemic is a shared global experience. For students, the pandemic continues to disrupt their educational