After opening and operating schools in Afghanistan for over 20 years, we have established a new organization, based in the U.S., and operating as a 501c3 non-profit, dedicated to improving the lives of girls and boys who have been forced to scavenge or sell plastic bags, pens, or chewing gum to earn $0.30 or $0.50 […]
The War on Terror has come for the women of Afghanistan. Millions cannot work or go to school.
Malalai Joya (Farah, 1978) had only lived for four days when, in April 1978, a group of soldiers trained by the Soviet Union carried out a coup that would lead the USSR to invade Afghanistan shortly after. Perhaps that was just a premonition of what would mark a life fighting for human rights in her country: […]