The education rate of the Hunza valley is accepted to be over 90%. For all intents and purposes each offspring of the new era thinks about up to in any event secondary school level. Many seek after higher reviews from prestigious schools and Universities of Pakistan and abroad.
A large portion of the general population of Hunza are Ismaili Shia Muslims, devotees of His Highness Prince Karim Aga Khan IV, while in Ganish Village over 90% are Shia Muslims. The Hunza locale is home to individuals of three ethnicities:
The Lower Hunza territory – (from Mayun to Nasirabad is mostly possessed by the Shinaki individuals who are Shina speakers; The Central Hunza range – (from Murtazaabad to Ahmed Abad) is for the most part occupied by Burushaski speakers. The Upper Hunza region, known as Gojal – (from Shiskat to Khunjerab is essentially populated by Wakhi speakers.
most of the general population are Ismaili Shia Muslims who are adherents of the Aga Khan. The present Aga Khan IV has given a considerable measure of subsidizing to the range to help with horticulture and the nearby economy through the Aga Khan Development Network.