Afghan women who lost years of education during Taliban regime gets second chance in the U.S.


Eight young Afghan women has been given the opportunity to study in US colleges, thanks to the grass-root based Afghan Girls Financial Assistance Fund in New Jersey.

The fund seeks to jump-start the education of Afghan women whose studies stalled under the Taliban regime, which banned girls from attending school.

The goal is for the women to obtain a college education to prepare them to return home and assist in the rebuilding of Afghanistan, according to Leo Motiuk, one of the founders.........click for more

 

 

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