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We Break the Cycle of Poverty:

Every action we take is a step towards empowerment,

education, and progress for the most impoverished.

Faisal is seven years old at first grade.  We met him while he was working with his father on the street selling vegetables.  His father has a small cart that he has been using to sell vegetables to provide for his family.  
“I want to become a teacher. The kind of teacher who teaches drawing, painting, and art. I want to paint green and beautiful scenery.”

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Our aim is clear:
We empower the most impoverished to break the cycle of poverty by providing

them with access to learning so they can achieve their full potential.


Ayesha, 9 years old attending first grade.  


She was selling plastic bags on the streets making $0.46 per day to help with the daily food of her family.  She says, “I couldn’t go to school because my father, 53 years old, was killed while he was at his job three years ago by a suicide bomber, and I had to start working for us to survive.” 

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We provide online English and computer classes for girls who are banned from education. 

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“ I graduated from high school. These conditions in Afghanistan did not allow me to continue my education. And for now, as a girl, I don't have the right to study, the right to work, the right to continue my education and my freedom. Before I got to know your class, I didn't have any kind of work."

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Our approach is practical.

We provide the students with transportation, uniforms, stationery, books, lunch, and tutoring with their homework after lunch, and provide students’ families with food items monthly.
We closed our office in Kabul and 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 per day to contribute to their families’ daily food.

In August of 2022, the country fell under the Taliban’s control. We had to shut down our program and once again girls are banned from school after sixth grade. Also, female students are banned from attending university.​

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