For nearly 50 years, the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) has been partnering with communities, governments and local leaders to harness the best from people from all backgrounds to improve the quality of life. The Foundation's work is rooted in core values of self-reliance, pluralism, and respect for human dignity. AKF is a member of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), one of the world's leading poverty solutions networks. The AKDN's integrated approach makes long-term investments, builds permanent institutions and cultivates an active civil society, impacting tens of millions of people annually in 30 countries. Alongside its sister AKDN agencies, the Foundation implements innovative, community-driven solutions that are based in decades of experience, learning and evaluation. With a multi-sector, long term approach to development, AKF East Africa is currently engaged in programming across six key sectors: agriculture and food security, health and nutrition, economic inclusion, early childhood development, education, and civil society. We consider advancing gender equality and inclusion as critical to our mission and strive to mainstream gender and other critical considerations across our programmes and operations.
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