Oct 6, 2019

Reflecting on Diversity

Currently there are 166 students at the Bon Center, 106 boys, 60 girls. The students are given the opportunity to write essays about any topic they like. These were published in a booklet. Here is one student’s views:

“All human beings are the same no matter differences in culture, social background, life style. There may be differences in our faith, color, creed, religion but we should remember we are all the same.  We must stop discriminating against people who seem different and befriend everyone. Someone said, “Internal peace is an essential step for achieving peace in the world”. So how do we do that? – realize that mankind is all one. The essence of all religion is to understand our common ground.”

The Bon Center believes in a holistic learning environment where all aspects of living are addressed, academic, physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and life skills learning. Youth learn and grow into well rounded, thoughtful, caring individuals who are comfortable engaging with the world of difference they will meet in their adult life.

Thank you for your support. 

SDG Goal  4

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

Oct 6, 2019

Reflecting on Diversity

Currently there are 166 students at the Bon Center, 106 boys, 60 girls. The students  are given the opportunity to write essays about any topic they like. These were published in a booklet. Here is one student’s views:

“All human beings are the same no matter differences in culture, social background, life style. There may be differences in our faith, color, creed, religion but we should remember we are all the same.  We must stop discriminating against people who seem different and befriend everyone. Someone said, “Internal peace is an essential step for achieving peace in the world”. So how do we do that? – realize that mankind is all one. The essence of all religion is to understand our common ground.”

The Bon Center believes in a holistic learning environment where all aspects of living are addressed, academic, physical, emotional, mental, spiritual and life skills learning. Youth learn and grow into well rounded, thoughtful, caring individuals who are comfortable engaging with the world of difference they will meet in their adult life.

Thank you for your support.

SDG

Goal 4

 Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning     opportunities for all

Oct 6, 2019

Former Scholarship Recipients

We thought you would be interested in an update on some of our previous university scholarship recipients.

Kawkaba studied at the Teacher Training Institute with a one year scholarship from us she now works in Kabul.

Fariba went to Herat University with the help of a one year scholarship and is now studying medicine at Ghalib University.

Jamila studied economics at Herat University and is now a finance manager at a clinic.

Masuma studied Biology Chemistry with a 4 year scholarship at Herat University and teaches at a high school.

Homa studied English with a 2 year scholarship she is now a housewife.

Bahara studied law and political science with a 2 year scholarship at the American University and went to the USA to continue her education. 

Education gained! Lives changed! Opportunities in life for young people! 

Thank you for your support.

SDG Goal 4 – Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

 
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