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After I have clicked on the link "100 ways to support women's rights" I noticed various ways through which the life of 1 or more women could be improved.
However, the option that I found more interesting of the ones I read was about improving the education of unfortunate girls.
I have donated $75 to the learning centers in Herat, a very important province of Afghanistan. The amount of money I have donated through VISA is equal to one month of a teacher's salary for 30 students, which, if you think about it, really does make a difference.
I have shared the link on Facebook, hoping that some of my friends will make a donation as well.


The most important points of the website:

Project Needs and Beneficiaries

No education has been available to women and girls in the western province of Herat, Afghanistan, for the last decade under the Taliban regime. Project partner AIL began offering Women’s Learning Centers to women and girls in rural Herat during 2003. These education services include literacy and skills training cla****. This project will ensure continuation of these urgently needed, accessible, culturally sensitive services.

Potential Long Term Impact

A full array of educational services are offered to hard-to-reach rural women and girls through Women’s Learning Center sites in Herat, Afghanistan. These centers improve the education of Afghan women in the region.

Funding Information

Total Funding Received to Date: $21,521
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $8,479
Total Funding Goal: $30,000


Please make your donation as well, and we can make the objective of raising $30,000 a reality.


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Comment by Josh Judkins on April 10, 2010 at 8:58pm
Amazing to think that $75 will allow 30 children to be educated for a month! Great work supporting this cause, Giuseppe. Alongside Ben's post about this venture, I hope this post encourages others to get behind it as well.

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