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First Step Toward Change In Afghanistan :)

The Make Your Knowledge Practical Workshop's Result Hello and Asalam alikum!!!! … Read More»

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Afghan Women Fear Loss of Modest Gains

Reprinted from the New York Times Published: July 30, 2010 By ALISSA J. RUBIN … Read More»

AIL: Building a Better Future for Afghanistan

Often at great risk, the Afghan Institute of Learning has pioneered creative ways to deliver critical access to education and health services in post-Taliban Afghanistan, one of the deadliest places to be a woman. Find out what you can do to help.

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Violence Against Women

Violence against women spread in most of communities. Similarly, our country also faces numerous types of violence against women. … Read More»

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Need: Donations needed to support Afghan Institute of Learning

Founder and Executive Director of the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL), Sakena Yacoobi, is often asked why she does the kind of work she does with AIL. … Read More»

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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 thr … Read More»

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Need: Mentoring for Women’s Learning Centers and Health Clinics in Afghanistan

In 1995 as the Taliban came to power, Professor Sakena Yacoobi, founded the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL). … Read More»

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Need: High quality generators in Afghanistan

The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) was the first non-governmental organization (NGO) to start Women’s Learning Centers (WLCs) in Afghan refugee camps in 2002. … Read More»

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Need: Copy machines for Women’s Learning Centers in Afghanistan

Since the overthrow of the Taliban, the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) has played a major role in reconstructing Afghan society. … Read More»

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Need: Medical equipment; urgent need for portable ultrasound and digital x-ray machine in Afghanistan

With one of the highest infant and maternal mortality rates in the world, Afghans are in desperate need of high-quality, culturally sensitive healthcare and health education programs that are accessib … Read More»

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