Afghan institute of learning (AIL) is a Non-governmental, non-political, non-profit and women-led organization (NGO) which was established in 1995 by “Dr. Sakena Yacoobi” to provide education, training and health services to vulnerable Afghans in order to foster self-reliance, critical thinking skills, and community participation.
The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) believes in a community based tailored, holistic approach that: raises the literacy rate, teaches job skills enabling women to contribute to their families and communities, ensures women and children are safe and know their rights, provides access to health care, education, legal aid and food aid and promotes Afghan culture and peace.
Everything we do is interconnected because people need good health to learn and work and quality education and job skills to create economic development. Afghanistan needs the half of its population that is female to contribute their talents and skills to helping communities thrive. We believe that by lifting the lives of Afghan’s women and children, we lift the entire country. From its founding in 1995 in the Afghan refugee camps, AIL has grown to where it is today educating tens of thousands and providing health services to hundreds of thousands each year.
Currently, across 11 provinces, AIL runs 44 Learning Centers, 6 health clinics with 14 village- based Community Health Worker posts. It offers hundreds of workshops each year on reproductive health, peace, love and forgiveness, human rights, leadership, teacher training and conducts conferences on peace, forgiveness and good governance. AIL promotes Afghan culture with classes in traditional arts and crafts such as carpet weaving, miniature painting and glass work.
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