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In 2019, Herat centers had computing classes for 404 students, 250 female and 154 male. The Kabul centers had 285 students studying computing and another 57 doing a special 6 month computer class with many of those students also taking the 6 month English class, which has 81 students.
Computing skills open the doors to greater educational opportunity and to job opportunities. Here is a story from one student, “I graduated from school three years ago and I was poor and was taking a private computer class. My neighbor suggested the AIL center which is free. My teacher was so kind and dedicated and my computer skills improved every day. After I graduated I got a job at the center teaching computing and the salary I receive supports my family.”
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SDG Goal 4 – Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.
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