Bringing Green to Afghanistan

by Afghan Institute of Learning
Jul 7, 2011

New Curriculum added

We are so excited about a new curriculum that has been developed by the staff of AIL called Connecting Children With Nature.  The staff has focused on introducing young children to horticulture in hopes that with a renewed interest and knowledge embedded in young people, the “greening” of Afghanistan will continue.

 Included in the curriculum are the following subjects:

  • How we can make our house green with flowers in a short period of time
  • How to make good soil in a vase
  • How to plant trees for the green environment of our country and city
  • How to grow flowers and trees better
  • The value of greens and vegetables for the body of humans.
  • Where to cultivate vegetables
  • The economic value of vegetables for us.

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Afghan Institute of Learning

Location: Dearborn, Michigan - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Sakena Yacoobi
Founder & CEO
Dearborn, Michigan Afghanistan

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