One of the advantages of being a small grass-roots organization is that there are very few levels of approval. So when a well runs dry at one of our community learning centers, we can say “drill deeper” right away. Of course, since we run as a partnership with the Afghans, we offer to pay half […]
Tangi Saidan now has a volleyball team, thanks to Trust in Education supporters! Our “play strategy” brings exercise, learning and FUN to a an Afghan village. And the parents are partners in the venture, paying for the players’ jerseys. What more could you want?
One of our computer classes was burglarized a couple of weeks ago. Fortunately we had enough computers to replace the computers. We must, however, buy flat screen monitors. When people upgrade their computers, they hang on to their monitors. We’re always in search of flat screen monitors, should you decide to upgrade yours. BEFORE THE […]
From our most recent newsletter: TIE’s recent setbacks are minor. Its recent new undertakings are having major impact. Some of both are reported below. The time/progress graph will never have a straight line. The gratifying news in these uncertain times is that we are not being forced to downsize. At least, not yet. Continue to enlist […]
Nelab, one of the street children sponsored by Trust in Education, has become first in her class! She is very hard working and intelligent. Nelab’s brother is mentally ill and needs regular treatment. Her mother washes the neighbors’ clothes to support her family. Nelab said, “If my father was alive, my family wouldn’t face […]
CHILDREN KNOW BEST
To create a better life for their daughters, the villagers of Farza are hard at work on Zohra’s school for girls. They are volunteering to build this school which will have 10 classrooms and educate 350 girls who currently have no school in the village. It is great to see the progress–the classrooms are taking […]