Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls

by Afghan Institute of Learning
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls
Fast Track Education for Afghan Women and Girls

Project Report | Nov 20, 2023
Helping women and girls succeed

By Elizabeth A Appleyard | Program Administrator

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Computing is a vital modern skill and AIL’s computer classes are always oversubscribed. Currently there are 8 facilities offering computing and a total 65 female students. The Yacoobi private schools also have computing classes for all students. Students learn about software applications such as word, excel, publisher and learn how to type at speed. The AIL Youth Club which has 100 members (50 female) offers classes in computing and education about hardware and software, the internet and security.

The ability to type and use a computer helps students in their fast- track classes as they have access to other means of learning through the computer. Literacy students can engage with online learning for example.

Sewing is a fast-track class for those able to follow an accelerated path in their learning. Usually the sewing class takes 9 months to complete but some students complete it in less time. It can very much depend on their circumstances at home and the additional time they can apply to tailoring. As with any new skill how quickly one picks up the techniques make all the difference.

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Afghan Institute of Learning

Location: Dearborn, Michigan - USA
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Twitter: @AIL_ngo
Project Leader:
Sakena Yacoobi
Founder & CEO
Dearborn , Michigan United States

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