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"The soul of education is the education of the soul." - Pius X This quote stands over the entrance to the Charlotte Catholic High School in Charlotte, NC. On Easter 2011, 78 boxes of badly needed school supplies were distributed to 4th and 5th grade students at the Amani School in Kabul, Afghanistan. The supplies were thanks to the generosity and hard-work of the students, parents and friends of Charlotte Catholic. It was members of the the school's National Honor Society who lobbied the administration to allow the fundraiser which ultimately provided these supplies. Donations were collected during school and sporting events. For their hard work, generosity and thoughtfulness, the students of Charlotte Catholic have been thanked by the two top US Generals in Afghanistan, General ...
The ISK project delivers a U.S.-accredited, English language, K-12 college preparatory program to Afghan students and students from the international aid, international business, and diplomatic communities. The ISK achieved full accreditation by the Middle States School Association in 2008. It is one of few co-educational institutions operating in Afghanistan. USAID has supported ISK since 2005, initially with a $9.6 million program of support that ended on December 31, 2010. In August, 2011, under a new follow-on award, more than 300 students were enrolled in ISK, of which 80 percent are Afghan and 38 percent are female.
In a Kabul neighborhood still recovering from decades of war, over 5,000 girls long for an education. Their old school was overcrowded and could not accommodate them all. It had no electricity and was in disrepair. US Forces in Afghanistan renovated and painted the old building, and built a new two-story, 16-classroom building and a boundary wall for safety. Five thousand girls attend the new Naswan Tootyah School, which employs 48 teachers and has a nursery for both the teachers' children and married teenagers. Over 13,000 schools have been built to help educate the children of Afghanistan, giving new hope for the future of this country. There are also many institutes of higher education and training for teachers, medical professionals, and engineers to build capacity and contribute towar...
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The newly constructed Ghazi High School in Kabul, Afghanistan was inaugurated on October 23, 2011, by both Afghan and U.S. government officials, including H.E. Minister of Education Ghulam Farooq Wardak and U.S. Deputy Ambassador James B. Cunningham. Funded through USAID's Kabul Schools Program, 5,400 students will be able to study in the rebuilt school. Construction for the 8,200 square meter three-story school began in 2007 and includes buildings with 72 classrooms, an enclosed link way that connects the classroom blocks, and ramps for wheelchair access. The school was designed and constructed to international seismic safety standards to prevent damage from earthquakes.
In Afghanistan, young girls are reclaiming their right to an education after decades of war and repression. For five years before the 2001 military invasion that overthrew the Taliban government, women were not allowed outside their homes. Today, a different picture is emerging. CCTV's Courtney Body filed this report.
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In a Kabul neighborhood still recovering from decades of war, over 5,000 girls long for an education. Their old school was overcrowded and could not accommodate them all. It had no electricity and was in disrepair. US Forces in Afghanistan renovated and painted the old building, and built a new two-story, 16-classroom building and a boundary wall for safety. Five thousand girls attend the new Naswan Tootyah School, which employs 48 teachers and has a nursery for both the teachers' children and married teenagers. Over 13,000 schools have been built to help educate the children of Afghanistan, giving new hope for the future of this country. There are also many institutes of higher education and training for teachers, medical professionals, and engineers to build capacity and contribute towa...
Afghan cricket player Rashid khan visited children to school in Kabul where his all fans shouted with his name Rashid khan Rashid khan he become very popular in Afghanistan after his great achievement in cricket world if you like this video dont forget to SUBSCRIBE over channel More videos Rahid khan latest interview after ipl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_x6f835loiY Afghanistan cricket board launched ipl base league which will starts in julay https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dzwi8Lw28Ho Afghanistan cricket player rashid khan sad storry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kuR0xeWTdrY Australian Cricketer Moises Henriques says I am Lucky to play with Rashid Khan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pd82o12-5Y My channel link..... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbCv1JDU0gh_sTKZnIPOADA
This video was filmed and produced by Devin Foxall in 2010 when the school was six years old. The nonprofit Afghans4Tomorrow, Inc. (A4T) educated 480 students that year at their school in Kabul and Girls Home Schools in Wardak Province. Since then the school in Kabul was transferred to a private school run by its senior staff as board of directors. They changed the name of the school to Farda-e-Afghanan Private School (‘Tomorrow’s Afghans’). The school now has 310 girls and boys attending in 2 shifts per day. Some students in this video will be among the school's first graduates in Dec. 2014. The school was judged by government auditors as one of the top schools in Kabul, ranking in 2nd place! A4T continues to support the school's annual Science Fair and 67 poor female students, in 5th t...
Kabul Beauty School: Afghan women find independence as beauticians Dec 2003 For downloads and more information visit http://www.journeyman.tv/12329/short-films/kabul-beauty-school.html Under the Taliban, Afghan women risked everything to be beautiful. Now the US fashion industry is helping them open their own beauty parlours and achieve financial independence. Sima Calkin has not seen her home country of Afghanistan for 23 years. Now she is returning to advise local women about running their own beauty salons. It's all thanks to a new scheme aimed at restoring dignity and self respect to the women of Afghanistan. But the war ravaged country she flies into bears no resemblance to the lush paradise of her childhood. "I am in shock ... it's mind boggling to see what has happened," she de...
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In December 2012, many citizens and companies in Saskatchewan came together to support a benefit concert in Regina at The Exchange, called "Keep on Rockin' In The Free World: A Benefit for The Rock Center in Kabul, Afghanistan". The event was M.C.-ed by Evan Baran of 104.9 The Wolf. The musical acts that night were Big Bad Storm, Val Halla, Whiskey Manor Blues Band, The Snake Oil Salesmen, Binder Twine & The Balers, and The Accomplice. Sponsors included 104.9 The Wolf, Long & McQuade, B Sharp Music, UrbaneEQ3, The Saskatchewan Roughriders Football Club, Carparelli Guitars, Casino Regina, Prairie Harley Davidson, Bocados Restaurant, Anja Dance, and Rob Krausher at Simple Dreams Tattoos & Piercings. This is a THANK YOU video sent from the students of Kabul Rock School, and we would like to s...
An entire generation of Afghan children has been deprived of education due to the country's thirty years of war. The Ministry of Education is striving to get them back to school. Shirpoor School in Kabul provides education to people in need regardless of their age. NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int
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خانه استادان ، شاعران و دانشجویان جاغوری تقدیم میکند! حال یک عده بی خرد میگن که چرا د باره میهن و زادگاه خود سرود خواندید؟ هی هی... پس میخواستی که پل و پلچک و مکاتب زادگاه مان را منفجرمیکدیم؟ یا میخواستید که ده پای بچه های مان زنگوله میبستیم و میرقصاندیم؟ یا شاید دل تان است که این بانوی هنر مند را مثل فرخنده شغال واری جمع شده اتش میزدیم؟ کمی به خودتان بایید بیادر! اگر شما به اندازه یک دهقان جاغوری عشق به وطن و زادگاه تان میداشید افغانستان به این روز نمی رسید ..! های های از کدام درد خود بنالم ای خدا!!! *
Deborah Rodriguez tells the story of how she gave up her job in Detroit to open a salon and cosmetology school in Kabul, Afghanistan. In Kabul Beauty School: An American Woman Goes Behind the Veil, Rodriguez explains why she opened the salon and school and how she and many brave women of Kabul continue to resist the resurgent, oppressive Taliban.