In 2015, AIL Learning Centers taught 3,276 students computing skills which will be invaluable when they seek jobs in the local economy. The classes are always popular and AIL frequently receives requests from individuals and its 43 centers for these classes.
Here is an inspiring story from one of those students, “There was a boy who used to live in a village with his family and although his parents were not educated people, they encouraged their children to study. In their village there was a school which was not of a high standard and the teachers were not experienced. So the parents wanted their son to study in the city school even though they were poor so their son started studying in the city school so he could get a good education and become a highly capable person. The boy attended AIL’s English and computer class after school. After graduating from school he went back to his village and opened his own learning center and started teaching English and computing to earn a living and because he wanted to change the lives of youth in his community.”
What a difference good education makes in a life! Not only education but opportunity to learn modern marketable skills. Thank you for contributing to our work helping equip young people with skills they can use to make a better life for themselves and their communities.
Please read the attached CHI 2015 Newsletter featuring AIL for information on activities last year.
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