Aga Khan Social Welfare Board
The Aga Khan Social Welfare Board (AKSWB) is a volunteer organisation under the Ismaili Council for the United Kingdom (UK). The Boards primary objective is to maintain or improve the Quality of Life of members of the Jamat through targeted social support systems, information and empowerment.
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More than one billion people around the world live with disabilities – approximately 15 per cent of humanity – but they are excluded from full participation in mainstream society by physical, social, economic and attitudinal barriers. Disability Days and other initiatives organised by the UK Jamat, show that these barriers can be overcome.
Over 900 senior members of the Jamat from around the United Kingdom participated in a Seniors Fair organised by the Aga Khan Social Welfare Board last month. The event, which took place at Watford Colosseum attracted interest from the BBC Asian Network, who reported on how the Ismaili community is helping its elderly members stay up-to-date with technological advancements.