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Centers put on different classes and trainings as circumstances allow and need arises. Here are a few of the new activities available at some centers from the month of January: first aid class, empowered women training, hairdressing class, seminars on time management, new advanced English classes started, women’s self-sufficiency class, encouraging students to learn more about sciences, classes on drug education, infectious diseases and hygiene and cleaning. In addition, some centers held health evaluations for students, teacher training, culture programs which included hymns, poetry, essay writing and speech presentations.
A few highlights from AIL:
AIL’s free law clinic helped ten clients and the lawyers were involved in the Women’s Empowerment Group meetings, spoke on Radio Meraj and gave a mini workshop on responsibility, life skills and manners. They also joined a teacher training workshop for 73 women. AIL’s Research Center is working on its latest project about drug addiction and its effects on families and society. In February, the 23rd issue of AIL’s Voice of Education magazine was published. This contains articles on science, culture, literature, health, core values, media and the arts. The 3rd Youth Club was launched in February for young people 19-25 years old. It is a one year program covering topics such as leadership, social entrepreneurship, technology, conflict resolution and life skills. AIL provided food aid and blankets and clothing to hundreds of needy people.
Thank you for your interest in AIL’s work in Afghanistan.