Making Sense of Aga Khan Foundation’s MIAD Approach – Multi-Input Area Development

Making Sense of Aga Khan Foundation's MIAD Approach - Multi-Input Area DevelopmentWhen I joined the Aga Khan Foundation in the U.S. as a Programs Fellow in September 2015, this was the last place I imagined myself: driving through a mountainous backroad in Kabul, passing hillside houses and little shops selling bread and meat, and watching kites soar above playing children. A world away from the nearby main road, lined with compound walls with the words “Kabul the Peace City” spray-painted across some of them, and the self-proclaimed “healthy and tasty” Afghan Fried Chicken restaurant.

Following a Fulbright year in Tajikistan, I joined the Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) to gain a better understanding of its Multi-Input Area Development (MIAD) approach to development in fragile areas…

View Article: Making Sense of MIAD – Aga Khan Foundation USA – Anna Khandros

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