The Indian prince lives in the chic suburb of Geneva.
Born in 1933 in Paris, Sadruddin
Aga Khan is the son of Mohammed Shah Aga Khan III of the Indian royal family.
Prince Sadruddin studied at Harvard and received a postgraduate degree from
the Centre for Middle Eastern Education Studies in 1957.
In 1958, Sadruddin Aga Khan worked for Unesco, and then for the UN High Commissioner
for Refugees. In 1965, he was appointed UN High Commissioner for Refugees, a
duty he assumed until 1977 alongside King Hussein. That same year, he founded
Foundation, which also includes Alp
Action, an international corporate funding program for the alpine
In 1978, he was Special Consultant and Charge de Mission to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, before beginning to work for the Human Rights Commission in 1981.
Uncle of His Highness Aga Khan, the prince is now a world-renowned philanthropist.
He lives in the Chateau de Bellerive overlooking the city of Geneva,
where he takes an active part in the human rights and environmental protection