Aga Khan Foundation India

Enabling secondary education and employability

India
2014 - 2016

The Aga Khan Foundation brings together human, financial and technical resources to address some of the challenges faced by the poorest and most marginalised communities in the world.  Special emphasis is placed on investing in human potential, expanding opportunity and improving the overall quality of life, especially for women and girls. In India, HDF supported the Aga Khan Foundation’s project to provide secondary education and greater employability for out-of-school adolescents in the Muslim-minority slums of Hyderabad.


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