Afghan Institute of Learning

The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) works to empower all Afghans who are needy, especially women and children, providing them the knowledge and skills to care for themselves. AIL is expanding access to quality education and healthcare through community based programming, enabling communities to develop the capacity of their people. The goal is to create a foundation of quality education and health systems throughout Afghanistan which meet the needs of local people now and in the future. AIL was founded by an Afghan woman and is run by women, reaching thousands each year through health facilities, educational centers and training programs.
Provide 2 Sewing Machines for Afghan Women
 
Sewing classes are very popular as they give women a skill they can use to earn money as well as do their own family sewing. AIL Staff maintain and repair the machines as needed. Unfortunately,some of these machines have broken beyond repair. While the women in class usually share the sewing machines, there are now more women using each machine. Providing a Learning Center with a new sewing machine will solve this problem.
Afghan Institute of Learning Empowers Afghan Women
 
AIL has been empowering Afghans since 1995 by expanding their educational and health opportunities through fostering self-reliance and community participation. AIL provides education from preschool through post secondary levels helping girls and women learn. An educated and health aware woman is more likely to succeed personally, and to be able to contribute positively economically and in family care leading to self supporting family units. project reportread updates from the field
Save Rural Afghan Women & Children With Healthcare
 
Support for medical clinics, mobile units and Community Health Workers (CHWs) reaching 16,000 patients a month in rural or urban poor areas of Afghanistan. These clinic services are the only medical option for tens of thousands of people providing treatment, preventive care and health education. project reportread updates from the field
Fast-Tracking Education for Afghan Women and Girls
 
Provide literacy and fast-track education to thousands of women and girls who were deprived of learning and are now eager to become literate and learn skills at an accelerated pace to catch up. project reportread updates from the field
Tailoring: A Small-Business Skill for Afghan Women
 
At least 1,000 women each month learn tailoring and how to run a small tailoring business from their homes. Women enter the course not knowing the basics; they leave with a livelihood. project reportread updates from the field
Learning Centers for Rural Afghan Women in Herat
 
This project supports rural Learning Centers for Afghan Women in Herat Province, Afghanistan. project reportread updates from the field
Help Afghan Boys Trade Guns for Books
 
Many Afghan boys want schooling but are too old or must work to help their families. Help 1,000 boys who have been refugees and/or soldiers get an education that will prepare them for successful, peaceful futures. project reportread updates from the field
Afghans Learn Computing for their Jobs
 
Afghans struggle for survival within their economy in part because they lack skills that employers need. Help 200 Afghan students learn computer skills, fill the technical void and get or retain jobs. project reportread updates from the field
Transform Lives of 70,000 Afghan Adolescent Girls
 
Afghan adolescent girls are key to the future of Afghanistan. To reach their potential, girls must be healthy, educated and trained to be leaders at home and in communities. The Afghan Institute of Learning's (AIL) fusion of education, health and training programming has been forming capable adolescent girls for 17 years. Each year, AIL aims to provide education, health services and training in human rights, leadership and health to at least 70,000 adolescent girls. project reportread updates from the field
Books for Afghan Women and Children
 
More than 7 million Afghans have no access to reading books in school and are learning to read from textbooks only. The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) purchases and publishes books for libraries for the 25,000 students in AIL Learning Centers and the schools that it supports and supplies books to a public library in Herat. Students who have a variety of reading material are more able to apply what they have learned and to expand their minds through reading diverse subject matter. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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