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Title: Strategy to Empower and Educate Afghan Women Paper presented at the World Bank Global Symposium Education: A Critical Path to Gender Equality and Empowerment Washington, D.C. October 2-3, 2007 Dr. Sakena Yacoobi, B.S., M.P.H., Doctor of


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Strategy to Empower and Educate Afghan
Women Paper presented at the World Bank Global
Symposium Education A Critical Path to Gender
Equality and Empowerment Washington,
D.C. October 2-3, 2007 Dr. Sakena Yacoobi,
B.S., M.P.H., Doctor of Laws Executive
Director Afghan Institute of Learning
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  • Strategy to Empower and Educate Afghan Women
  • Core Concepts
  • 1. Begin at the grassroots with locally
    identified needs.
  • 2. Start with the least controversial service in
    the least conservative area.
  • 3. Do not impose services on a community.
  • 4. Offer high-quality, culturally sensitive
    programs, incorporating feedback from
    participants.
  • 5. Act at the request of the community when
    expanding services.
  • 6. Require that the community contribute to the
    development of the new program.
  • 7. Recognize that in Afghan culture, trust and
    relationships are personal not organizational.
  • 8. Set flexible rules.

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The Afghan Institute of Learning Program Locations
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Teacher Training
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AIL Classroom for Afghan Refugee Students
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Secret Home School for Girls During the Taliban
Regime
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Health Program
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AIL Mobile Clinic
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AIL Clinic Health Services
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AIL Health Education
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Sar Asia WLC Literacy Class
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Sar Asia WLC Holy Qoran Class
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Sar Asia WLC Sewing Class
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Sar Asia WLC Sewing Class
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AIL Peace Education in All Classes
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Gender Issues Empowering Education Workshops
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Herat Leadership Workshop Group Work
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Group Work in Life Skills Workshop Baby Learns
Too!!!!
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Herat CHW Training One CHW from Sar Asia
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Herat CHW Training--Men
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Drawing by an AIL Student
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  • Sakena Yacoobi
  • Afghan Institute of Learning
  • PO Box 1058
  • Dearborn, MI 48121
  • www.creatinghope.org/ail
  • sakenay_at_aol.com
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