Rebuilding Post-bellum Education, Health, and Training
This solution addresses fractured communities in Afghanistan and Pakistan for children, women, and those in need
Problem DescriptionThe Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) is rebuilding education and health systems in Afghanistan through its holistic approach that combines innovative education and healthcare with health education and training programs. AIL benefits all needy people (70 percent of them female). It is an Afghan organization run mainly by women that seeks to help Afghans rebuild their lives and society one community at a time. Founder Dr. Sakena Yacoobi realized that only healthy people can learn and improve their lives and that education is crucial to the development of individuals and communities. Training good teachers is central to creating a high-quality educational system. People need training in areas such as peace, elections, leadership, and democracy, so they can model and then rebuild the core values of a society based on respect, economic opportunity, and care for all.
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|STAGE||SPECIALIST SKILLS REQUIRED||EXAMPLE ACTIVITIES||RISK LEVEL AND HANDLING||FINANCE REQUIRED||KINDS OF EVIDENCE GENERATED||GOAL|
|Developing and implementing5||Strong leadership, management, implementation skills|
|A robust and detailed case developed through formal evaluation and evidence gathering – use of a control group to isolate impact||An implemented and sustainable innovation|