The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) continues to play an important role in educating Afghan refugee children and women who are not yet able to return to their homeland. AIL supports three refugee schools for 1065 children and three Women’s Learning Centers where 997 women take literacy, skills training and enrichment classes. AIL’s Gawhar Shad University has 147 students in its Computer College. AIL also continues to train teachers and administrators. In 2007, AIL Pakistan has trained 79 teachers and 61 administrators.
There are still over two million Afghan refugees in Pakistan. AIL presently supports classes for over 5,000 students monthly through Afghan refugee schools and AIL’s Women’s Learning Centers.
Creating Hope International shares this mid-year report from the Afghan Institute of Learning, highlighting some of AIL's recent successes!
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