An agency of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), works to create efficient and appropriate health systems for improving the health of individuals and populations in low and middle-income countries.
The AKDN operates one of the largest non-profit, private healthcare systems in the developing world, with 17 hospitals and 450 other health facilities providing quality health care to over 5 million people. These include 14 ISO-certified and 3 JCI-accredited hospitals in recognition of meeting international quality standards in health delivery and hospital care. The AKDN health agencies work closely together on planning, training and resource development in health care, and support government health services and other providers in building effective national health systems.
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