Aga Khan Agency for Habitat’s goal is that people live in safe, sustainable, and resilient habitats with the opportunity to thrive, whether in a remote mountain village, a town, or a densely populated urban centre. We work with communities to help them prepare for and respond to natural disasters and the effects of climate change. We also want people to have access to services and the opportunity to improve their life. We are there to help communities prepare for the worst; we are there to provide immediate relief after disaster strikes; and we are there to help build back better – and greener – while planning for a better future. The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) currently operates in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Syria, Pakistan and India, with plans to expand further in Central Asia and to East Africa.
Resource Mobilisation & Communications Coordinator
Aga Khan Development Network
P.O. Box 2637, 1211 Geneva 2
Tel: +41 79 500 2738
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