By Toc Dunlap - Executive Director, Creating Hope International
During 2011, 832 students attended computer classes in AIL Learning Centers in Herat and Kabul, Afghanistan. Subjects they studied included computer basics, Windows based operating systems, and Microsoft Office Software, including Word, Excel and Power Point. These students, after graduating from their computer classes are better equipped to obtain a job with their newly acquired skills.
2012 will bring many more opportunities to students who want to study computers, as the Afghan Institute of Learning has plans to open additional computer centers.
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