Give Afghans a University Degree

Oct 12, 2006


The Afghan Institute of Learning’s Gawhar Shad University continues to thrive. 25 students have graduated from the College of Math and Computer Science and have either found jobs or gone on for further study. 59 women have graduated from the College of Health with certificates as a nurse/midwife/health educator and a class of 19 is now finishing its practical work in Kabul. In the College of Education, 4 women have completed the rigorous in-service requirements to become a Master Teacher Trainer. There are presently 154 students continuing their studies in the College of Math and Computer Science.


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