Blog: Afghanistan

Kitchen Garden Research

Valley of Ali, Afghanistan

 

Yakawlang has cold weather, but some of our kitchen garden vegetables like radishes and lettuce are harvested twice a year without need of a greenhouse. The local people like to eat these two kinds of vegetables more than other vegetables.

 

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Equipping Women to Continue Education

Women’s Empowerment Centres, Afghanistan

 

The English language students have improved so much so far, even though they will be attending school for four to five hours daily. Usually, they have exams in the middle of the summer, and we offer them 10 days of holiday so that they can prepare for their school exams and also enjoy Eid holidays with their families.

 

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Teaching Basic Healthcare

Women’s Empowerment Centres, Afghanistan

 

We teach Transformational Community Development (TCD) and English to girls and boys, and the students eagerly attend the classes every day, particularly the English class. Their English is becoming so much better than before, and now they speak better English. The first class of students have finished the beginning English book. We made certificates to present as encouragement to the students.

 

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International Women’s Day in the Garden

Garden of Peace & Hope, Afghanistan

 

Spring has arrived here in the Garden of Peace and Hope and it’s the season of work again, especially for the gardener. In March, we celebrated the International Women’s Day (March 8) and we gave some gifts to the women who attended our event. More than a hundred people visited the exhibition when it was open for two days.

 

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Celebrating International Women’s Day

Women’s Empowerment Centres, Afghanistan

 

As we are teaching hygiene to the Women’s Empowerment Centre (WEC) attendees, we distributed toothbrushes and toothpaste to 100 students. We also celebrated International Women’s Day at the WEC, where we also distributed socks and soap to 140 attendees.

 

About 50 girls and boys are learning English at the WEC, and 45 women are learning literacy, hygiene, and birth life-saving skills (BLISS). The women sew traditional Afghan clothes and sell them in local markets to improve their economic conditions.

 

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