Africa and the developing world can help create centres of educational excellence that will at the same time, be international and indigenous, and that will help mould young men and women from all walks of life and all parts of the world into the leaders of tomorrow.

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His Highness the Aga Khan, Imam (spiritual leader) of the Ismaili Muslims, yesterday evening completed his visit to two major education campuses being developed by the Aga Khan Education Service (AKES) in Kenya. Following an extensive tour of the site of the Nairobi campus to be set amidst coffee plantations on the edge of the Nyari Estate, the Aga Khan toured the Aga Khan Academy in Kilindini on a south-western promontory of Mombasa Island.

Africa and the developing world can help create centres of educational excellence that will at the same time, be international and indigenous, and that will help mould young men and women from all walks of life and all parts of the world into the leaders of tomorrow.

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