Afghans Learn Computing for their Jobs

 
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Mar 25, 2013

2013 is off to a great start!

Thank you for your support of the Afghan Institute of Learning’s Computer programs. In February of 2013, 332 students attended computer classes at AIL’s Learning Centers overseen by the Herat Office, and 132 students attended computer classes at Learning Centers overseen by the Kabul Office. These classes helped the students learn basic computer skills, which the students could use to help them secure employment. 

Additionally in February, 213 students graduated from the advanced computer classes being offered in Herat province. A new class has started in March, and we will know how many people have enrolled in the new class in early April. In Kabul province, 285 students are enrolled in the advanced computer class. 

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Sakena Yacoobi

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Dearborn, Michigan United States

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