This group’s action component involved planting and rearing Tomato Simlaw Seeds that were eventually donated to the youth that they worked with in Kibera slums. Furthermore they sold bookmarks at the exhibition for Kshs 100/= each and succeeded in raising Kshs 5,700/=. Over the mid-term holidays the group raised approximately Kshs 8,000/= and bought chickens for the Poultry Farm in the Kibera Slums.
In the future they plan to provide the dwellers of Kibera Slums with better infrastructure, better education, better security and we also wish to empower the women.
Moreover, they would like to introduce yoga, dance, art and organize a friendly soccer match with the school.
Group members: Maheen Nanji, Rabab Tayeb, Sofia Abdirizak, Amrin Virji and Lamis Sheikh
23 November 2017
The Aga Khan Early Learning Centre, Dubai
Annual Open Day and Family National Day Celebration!
10 November 2017
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The Aga Khan School, Osh
Aga Khan Student selected for The Future Leaders Exchange program, USA
Islam Kyzy Kurmanzhan, a Grade 11 student from the Aga Khan School (AKS), Osh, Kyrgyz Republic has been accepted to The Future Leaders Exchange (FLEX) program in the USA for the 2017-2018 academic year.
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