AKU alumni have been one of our most generous and loyal supporters. Thanks to the support from our Alumni, AKU has been able to change the lives of many students, empowering them with the tools and skills needed to achieve their goals/dreams. Click on each story to read more of our Alumni Give Back Stories.
Two of the earliest graduating classes from Pakistan's School of Nursing and Midwifery, SONAM, have donated US $200,000 to their alma mater to enable deserving students the opportunity to pursue undergraduate studies in nursing.
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Thanks to the support from our Alumni, AKU has been able to change the lives of many students, empowering them with the tools and skills needed to achieve their dreams. Over the years, AKU Alumni have supported AKU in many ways. To learn more about giving back to your alma mater, click here.
Drs Anita Zaidi and Saad Shafqat - Medical College Pakistan ’88 – give back to AKU.
SONAM Class of ’91 in Pakistan has pledged to donate a generous gift of US$ 152,000.
In 2012, the Medical College Pakistan, Class of ‘92, presented the Aga Khan University with its first 20th-anniversary gift. Spearheaded by Dr Sadaf Khan, the class gave an endowment of $33,500 to support the technical education and training of doctors and health care professionals from all over Pakistan.
Straight from the heart: students pay tribute to the vision of our donors who’ve been there right from the start.