Need: Volunteers Needed in Afghanistan
The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) was founded in 1995, as the Taliban came to power, with the goal to empower poor women and children by providing them access to education and health services through an organization designed and run by Afghan women.
By bringing people together to share skills, build capabilities, promote international understanding and action, and change lives, AIL has played a major role in reconstructing Afghan society. AIL reaches 350,000 women and children annually, through its 42 program sites, including four health clinics and 38 education learning centers, by using the skills, commitment and enthusiasm of individuals from around the world.
We are actively recruiting volunteer doctors, lab technicians, drug rehab specialists, librarians, rugs and handicrafts designers and quality control experts, and carpenters to design and teach how to make quality furniture and other wood products.
If you are available to share your professional expertise, please contact us for more information.
Photo credit: © William Vazquez, Photographer. Maternal Health Initiative supported through a grant from the Abbott Fund.