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Weʼre raising £3,000 to Help Girls’ Access to Education in Afghanistan

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HOPE. COMPASSION. CARE.

The hope for the future of Afghanistan lies in the education of its youth. For most of these children, war has been a constant in their lives and education has been absent, particularly for girls.

This is an all-volunteer not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping the children and especially girls/women of Afghanistan by providing humanitarian aid, educational opportunities and vocational training that will help the next generation of Afghans have opportunities unattained by their parents.

We are funding a tent school for 200 children in Paghman Village. We believe that education is the key to providing Afghans help and hope for the future. Through your generosity, we are able to support the Afghan educational system and provide the next generation with the skills necessary to lift their country out of poverty.Only education will lead to a strong and effective government and culture for the people of Afghanistan.

Your support means a lot thank you so much for all the support and donation. :)

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      Mir Jhon

      London, UK

      My name is Mir, 23 years old. There are many reasons why I would like to help those kids in Afghanistan because I was one of them too until my parents brought me to London.I believe that education is the main key missing in Afghanistan which is why they suffer today.

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