Afghan Institute of Learning

AIL's mission is to empower all Afghans who are needy and oppressed, especially women and children, so that they can support and take care of themselves. AIL, an organization founded and run by Afghan women, expands access to quality education and healthcare and encourages community participation in all programs. AIL's goal is to lay a foundation for quality education and health systems in Afghanistan that will meet the needs of women and children today and for generations to come.
Nov 10, 2009

A Special Giving Opportunity.....

Thank you for your support. Your desire to make a difference in this world has made a difference, and we are so thankful that Afghan people have had their lives changed with your help.

We wanted to share with you a very special opportunity to give more than 100% from November 10 through December 1st. Please share this with those you know who care. During this time, we are privileged to receive additional matching funds from your donation through Global Giving of at least 30%. The need is still great. Afghanistan struggles to become a country of strength and stability.

AIL often has additional ‘mini’ workshops to address a specific topic. After such a workshop that focused on leadership and peace and how to implement peace, two of the participants took their knowledge a step further: Kubra went and created a leadership workshop where more than 75 people attended. Mohammad created a foundation to help support 30 families. He receives money from the organization and helps the families with basic needs and food. Mohammad then talked with donors to assist in the vision of to creating a road to Shakadara.

Nov 10, 2009

A Special Giving Opportunity.....

Thank you for your support. Your desire to make a difference in this world has made a difference, and we are so thankful that Afghan people have had their lives changed with your help.

We wanted to share with you a very special opportunity to give more than 100% from November 10 through December 1st. Please share this with those you know who care. During this time, we are privileged to receive additional matching funds from your donation through Global Giving of at least 30%. The need is still great. Afghanistan struggles to become a country of strength and stability.

Recently, a visitor to an AIL clinic had this to share: “My name is Karima. I am 18 years old and single and I had a very bad pain in my stomach. I could not eat anything I visited many people and took many natural herbal medicines to relieve the pain but I still had the problem. When I visited the clinic the doctors checked me and they also did some laboratory tests. They found that I had very bad intestinal problem, so they started treatment and now I am feeling well.” An AIL midwife at one of the clinics described how she assisted in a delivery: “A patient came from Robat Torkan at 8:30am for delivery. She was afraid because she had had vaginal bleeding in previous deliveries. We encouraged her and told her not to worry. After an exam we gave her Amp Oxytocine, and serum ringer 1000cc and at 10 o'clock she gave birth. The baby weighed 4 kg and was normal. After delivering the mother had bleeding. The doctor ordered the necessary medicines to stop the bleeding. By 2pm, the patient was normal and we gave her advice and education. She thanked us for our services and was so happy. She then left the clinic with her new baby.”

Nov 10, 2009

A Special Giving Opportunity.....

Thank you for your support. Your desire to make a difference in this world has made a difference, and we are so thankful that Afghan people have had their lives changed with your help.

We wanted to share with you a very special opportunity to give more than 100% from November 10 through December 1st. Please share this with those you know who care. During this time, we are privileged to receive additional matching funds from your donation through Global Giving of at least 30%. The need is still great. Afghanistan struggles to become a country of strength and stability.

A teacher who took a recent Training Techniques class shared, “ I was not confident in my class with my students; also I was not able to solve the problems of students. I was only giving the students notes and using a lecture method to teach them, which did not work. Now I understand how to teach with the students participating, which allows the students to learn better.” The training of a teacher brings an enormous impact in student education. In a three month period including July through the end of September, the Afghan Institute of Learning trained 101 teachers in subject ranging from class techniques to lesson planning and health concerns. Within a year’s time, a teacher easily trains 30 students. With these 101 teachers, AIL has impacted the lives of 3030 students in the next year with improved education.

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