President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday morning
held talks with Prince Amyn Aga Khan, the younger brother of His Highness the Aga Khan, who paid him a courtesy call at State House, Nairobi.
At the meeting, Prince Amyn briefed President Kenyatta on the on-going programmes of the Aga Khan Development Network in the country and the region.
President Kenyatta commended the Aga Khan Development Network for its contribution to the country’s development, especially in areas of education and health.
The Aga Khan Development Network is a group of development agencies that have programmes in various areas including environment, health, education, culture, microfinance, rural development, disaster reduction and promotion of private-sector enterprise.
Aga Khan Health Services and the Aga Khan Education Services
are among the leading agencies that have played a key role in the promotion of health and education in the country.
Prince Amyn Aga Khan was accompanied by the President of the Aga Khan Council for Kenya, Nawaaz Gulam, and the Aga Khan Development Network’s Diplomatic Representative, Aziz Bhaloo.