In 2008, the Afghan Institute of Learning helped to educate 8,984 boys in AIL Learning Centers.
We would like to share the story of Mohammad, a teenaged boy studying at an AIL Learning Center:
He says, "When I was 8 years old, I wanted to go to school, but my father didn't let me go. He told me to go control the cows and work in the fields; I had to accept his orders. When I turned 12 years old, I asked my father to let me get an education like the other boys, and he brought me to school. In the beginning, I had lots of problems in my school subjects because my father couldn't help me. I heard about this center of AIL and joined. I want to say that our teacher is very kind. We don't feel that he is a teacher, he behaves like a father and now I am learning a lot!!"
Thanks to all of your who have contributed to this project for helping boys like Mohammad have an opportunity to have a quality education!!!!
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