Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare

 
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Sakena Yacoobi honored for her work in health
    By - Toc Dunlap - Project Leader
    “Reach out to others and give a gift to yourself.” Sakena Yacoobi, founder and executive director of the Afghan Institute of Learning, urged the advanced degree graduates of Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, California to “reach out to others and give a gift to yourself” in the process in her 2010 Commencement...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Summer Update from the Afghan Institute of Learning
    By - Sondra Johnson - Project Administrator
    We’d like to share some great news with you that will give you a better understanding of our project and the work we do in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Through the generosity of the Skoll Foundation, a timely video was produced about life in Afghanistan and the work AIL is doing to make a difference. The film producer and...
    • 5 years ago
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    • joe
      joe These reports are a refreshng alternative to the bog standard reporting from the Western media outlets. Stories are told that need to be aired to give a fuller understanding of the struggles and successes of the Afghan people. I am pro Afghan, Anti Taliban and highly suspicious of the military - these views are not... Read more »
      • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Spring Update
    By - Sondra Johnson - Project Administrator
    In 2009, AIL provided health services to 191,251 women and children through its five health clinics in Herat and Kabul provinces and through Community Health Worker outposts. In conjunction with health care service, 171,341 women received health education. AIL provides education at every opportunity as this is the way to...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has received 210 donations
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    An invitation to read our newsletter
    By - Sondra Johnson - Working Together...
    Afghanistan is in the news a lot these days. As a donor to a project in Afghanistan, you may be wondering if change is happening, and if your donation really makes any difference. Following is a message from Dr. Sakena Yacoobi that answers your questions. It’s part of our annual newsletter, where we also share progress...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    A Special Giving Opportunity.....
    By - Sondra Johnson - Rural Afghan Women and Children Thank You
    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...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Sakena Wishes to Thank Her Supporters
    By - Sondra Johnson - Dr. Yacoobi Featured in Best-Selling Book
    There's a new focus on women worldwide. The New York Times magazine dedicated their entire issue one week in August on women in the developing world. Of particular focus was a newly launched book written by the well-known Pulitzer winning couple Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl DuWunn titled: "Half The Sky: Turning Oppression...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    August 2009 Update
    By - Alison Hendry - Administrative Assistant
    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...
    • 5 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    May 2009 Update
    By - Alison Hendry - Administrative Assistant
    AIL has recently held several health education workshops and we’d like to share some comments made by participants after the workshops. “From this workshop I have learned many new things and plan to implement them in my life. I have learned that it is important for a mother to try and prevent herself from getting...
    • 6 years ago
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    • David Stapleton
      David Stapleton I always enjoy Alison's anecdotes. Keep them coming!
      • 6 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    2008 Year End Wrap Up
    By - Alison Hendry - Administrative Assistant
    In 2008 AIL provided health services to 156,966 women through its fixed and mobile, rural health clinics in Herat and Kabul provinces and through Community Health Worker outposts. In conjunction with health care service,112,674 women received health education. AIL believes in providing education at every opportunity as...
    • 6 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has received 104 donations
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Stories to Share
    By - Alison Hendry - Administrative Assistant
    Following is a story as reported by a female nurse at one of AIL’s clinics about a woman that came to the clinic for treatment after being injured while working with her husband on their house. One day in early July a woman was brought to the clinic by her husband and her mother. The woman said “My husband was...
    • 6 years ago
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    • tocdunlap@yahoo.com
      tocdunlap@yahoo.com Great story!!!
      • 6 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Snapshot (2008) of the Rural Health Care Project
    By - Alison Hendry - Administrative Assistant
    Creating Hope International’s partner, the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL), has 3 rural health clinics—Imam Shish Nur and Jagartan Clinics in Herat Province and Mir Bacha Kot Clinic in Kabul Province. From January through June 2008, AIL’s three clinics: - treated 63,345 total patients - treated 9,347 ...
    • 7 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 7 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has received 85 donations
    • 7 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Snapshot of project January-June 2007
    By - Toc Dunlap - Executive Director
    The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) has 3 rural health clinics—Imam Shish Nur and Jagartan Clinics in Herat Province and Mir Bacha Kot Clinic in Kabul Province. From January through June 2007, AIL’s three clinics: • treated 51,087 total patients • treated 8,039 reproductive health patients • vaccinated...
    • 8 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Video from Afghanistan
    By - Afghan Institute of Learning - Project Organization
    I wanted to let you know about a piece on the AIL health programs on Yahoo that was up this weekend. A staff person from Direct Relief was recently in Afghanistan visiting AIL programs. The link below is a piece he put together with Yahoo about AIL's programs. Click below to see the video!
    • 8 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has received 155 donations
    • 8 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Annual Report
    By - Afghan Institute of Learning - AIL
    • 9 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Update
    By - Afghan Institute of Learning - AIL
    The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) has 3 rural health clinics—two in Herat Province and one in Kabul Province. From November 2005 through August 2006, AIL’s three clinics did the following: -treated 86750 total patients -treated 16108 reproductive health patients -vaccinated 75704 women and children -gave...
    • 9 years ago
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    • Dennis
      Dennis I like the concrete numbers in this report. How about some stories about the people helped and the people helping? And some photos or videos?
      • 9 years ago
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    • Eli
      Eli The specifics are really great.
      • 8 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has received 124 donations
    • 9 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare posted a progress report
    Mid-Year Report
    By - Afghan Institute of Learning - AIL
    Creating Hope International shares this mid-year report from the Afghan Institute of Learning, highlighting some of AIL's recent successes!
    • 10 years ago
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    • Dennis
      Dennis I like this report and the pictures and the narrative about AIL's activities in 2005. Is it possible to get some more information specifically about this project?
      • 9 years ago
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  • Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare has received 2 donations
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Project Leader

Sakena Yacoobi

Founder & CEO
Dearborn, Michigan United States

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