Category Archives: Eco-Development

Much ado about nothing

A decade after the first international conference on Afghanistan at Bonn, Germany is hosting a follow-up conference on Monday, widely known as Bonn II. The first Bonn Conference prepared a framework for the newly established Afghan administration and picked Hamid … Continue reading

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H.H The Prince Karim Aga Khan at the International Bonn Conference 2011

Germany’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Michael Steiner speaks with Prince Aga Khan during the 10th annual international Afghanistan conference on December 5, 2011 in Bonn, Germany. Representatives from a variety of countries are meeting to discuss the future … Continue reading

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Karachi Electric Supply Company energy conservation awareness activity held at Aga Khan Gymkhana

Karachi Electric Supply Company in line with its ongoing mass awareness drive organized an activity in collaboration with the Aga Khan community at Aga Khan Gymkhana, Football Ground (Garden). The purpose of the fair was to highlight the importance of … Continue reading

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Afghanistan’s Bamyan province pins hopes on tourism

Bamyan, Afghanistan – The landscape is breathtakingly beautiful. Pristine mountains, mirrored in crystal clear lakes, rise into blue skies. The valley, rich in history, is studded with archaeological remains. The people are exceedingly hospitable and their culture is unique. What … Continue reading

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Need to tap alternative energy sources stressed

Acknowledging that the neglect of the energy and water sector is responsible for the current crisis-like situation in the country, Sindh Information Technology Minister Raza Haroon has said that the energy system of the country is “inefficient and incapable of … Continue reading

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Issues of Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Taliban – Lecture Series

Two lectures at the College of the Holy Cross this spring will explore politics, women’s issues and the role of the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan. First, Paula R. Newberg, director of the Institute for the Study of Diplomacy at … Continue reading

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H.H Prince Karim Aga Khan at Nation Media Group Pan African Media Conference 2010

The school, the first of its kind in the region, will have its first campus in Nairobi by next year and later be integrated in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Aga Khan University to be created in Arusha. … Continue reading

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