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Apr 29, 2019

Archive of Programs

We are waiting for government permission to start broadcasting. The station currently has one full time staff and a camera person. These work closely with AIL staff and Dr. Yacoobi’s private Radio Meraj on developing programs. They are working to create an archive of programs so they will have content available when the TV station is operational.

The topics they are working on follow AIL’s general areas of interest. Programs will include ones on health, education, women’s rights, democracy, elections, peace, core values and much more. There will be programs on news, local events and national ones, education, Afghan arts and music.

Thank you for your continued interest.

News

Dr. Yacoobi joined with high level national and international delegates in the "Seville Commitment" - Supporting Localization Efforts for #SDGs.  She said, “AIL has provided SDG services to the most marginalized and disadvantaged for 25 yrs. In my talk I emphasized it is essential to work with local governments and provide resources to local NGOs who are doing good work. Replicate excellent SDG focused programs so No One is Left Behind!” 

AIL is working towards SDG 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all

Apr 29, 2019

Food Aid Distribution

We wanted to update you on our regular winter food aid program. At one distribution event AIL gave out 120 food-kits to the poor. These families were struggling and starving in cold weather in early winter. Each food-kit contained rice, cooking oil, peas, kidney beans and tomato paste. Poor people are referred to AIL office for this assistance. Many are unemployed but even those with some work find it hard to make ends meet. Some recipients have jobs as night guards and drivers. 

We have still working to aid the victims of the recent floods we reported on last time.

Thank you for your support.

Apr 9, 2019

Afghanistan hit by Flooding

Last week saw devastating flooding in 7 provinces of Afghanistan, including Herat. Many lives were lost and thousands of people have lost homes, livelihoods and now are in desperate need of the basics for living.

AIL is working to aid survivors by providing food and clothing and possibly other items, expanding their usual food aid program to meet the needs of this catastrophic event.

Dr. Yacoobi (AIL’s CEO) said, “It is a terrible situation for so many people, especially the poor who have few resources to draw on. They lack family to go to in other areas and have lost what shelter they had. Everyone needs food, water and shelter.”

We are launching a special  fundraising effort to aid victims. Can you help?

Thank you.

News

Dr. Yacoobi joined with high level national and international delegates in the "Seville Commitment" - Supporting Localization Efforts for #SDGs.  She said, “AIL has provided SDG services to the most marginalized and disadvantaged for 25 yrs. In my talk I emphasized it is essential to work with local governments and provide resources to local NGOs who are doing good work. Replicate excellent SDG focused programs so No One is Left Behind!”

  

 
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