Afghan Institute of Learning

The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) works to empower all Afghans who are needy, especially women and children, providing them the knowledge and skills to care for themselves. AIL is expanding access to quality education and healthcare through community based programming, enabling communities to develop the capacity of their people. The goal is to create a foundation of quality education and health systems throughout Afghanistan which meet the needs of local people now and in the future. AIL was founded by an Afghan woman and is run by women, reaching thousands each year through health facilities, educational centers and training programs.

Kalikhan Teacher Training

Kalikhan Teacher Training
A teacher training seminar in Kalikhan, a conservative rural village in Kabul province, Afghanistan (view small | med | large | orig)

Doctor Visit

Doctor Visit
A woman visits a doctor at an AIL clinic in Herat, Afghanistan. (view small | med | large | orig)

Women and Children

Women and Children
A woman waits with her children to visit the doctor at AIL's clinic. AIL's clinics provide women with reproductive health serrices so that they are healthier during pregnancy and delivery. Reproductive health care also helps women keep their children healthier. (view small | med | large | orig)

Reproductive Health Education

Reproductive Health Education
Women learn about reproductive health and how to make healthy decisions during pregnancy and delivery. AIL offers these workshops in Kabul and Herat, Afghanistan as well as for refugee women in Peshawar, Pakistan. (view small | med | large | orig)

Clinic Waiting Room

Clinic Waiting Room
Women and children wait for their turn to visit the doctor at one of AIL's clinics. (view small | med | large | orig)

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