Recently, AIL was asked by the Afghan Ministry of Women’s Affairs to report on the impact AIL’s programs have had. We were amazed by our findings. Since beginning in 1996 through May 2009, 220,970 Afghans have been educated and received skills training in AIL schools, centers and post-secondary programs. 27, 619 Afghans (more than 70% female) have received teacher training or capacity-building training. AIL has supported 13 clinics serving 998,088 patients and providing health education to 1,520,374 women and children. Overall 6,778,026 Afghan lives have been directly impacted by AIL programs.
As AIL receives funding for this project, it meets with community leaders in areas where there are severe emergency situations. In the last three months, there has been no dire emergency in areas where AIL works. AIL will use the small amount of remaining funds that have come in as well as future donations for dire emergencies.
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