WHAT YOU CAN DO!!

• Become a Member of CW4WAfghan to demonstrate your support of our goals. • Hold a Breaking Bread potluck dinner in your home to sponsor a teacher’s salary in Afghanistan or buy a School Library Starter Kit or School Science Lab Starter Kit. • Invite a…Read More

EVENT & Sponsorship Opportunity: Champions - Education for Afghan Women and Girls ONLY A WEEK AWAY!

Join us: Oct 1st in Oakville Ontario for our Annual Symposium: Champions - Education for Afghan Women and Girls With special guests: Dr. Sakena Yacoobi, Dr. Sima Samar, Dr. Sandra Cook, Sally Armstrong, Lauryn Oates, Murwarid Ziayee Have you purchased your…Read More

News Release: Partnership for Village Literacy Centres and Libraries in Afghanistan

CW4WAfghan and Linda Norgrove Foundation (UK): Partnership for Village Literacy Centres and Libraries in Afghanistan September 15, 2011. A new partnership has been initiated between the Linda Norgrove Foundation (UK) and Canadian Women for Women in…Read More

Support Iris' "Run to the Beat Half Marathon" in London... to support libraries in Afghanistan!

Support Iris' "Run to the Beat Half Marathon" in London... and the CW4WAfghan Village Literacy Centres and Libraries To all of our members and supporters...here is a unique fundraising idea if you are thinking to donate this year to CW4WAfghan. The funds…Read More

Making the Right to Read a Reality in Afghanistan: The Able Box Libraries

Literacy thrives most when learners have access to reading material. Yet, schools lack even textbooks and rarely have anything resembling a school library. The public library system in Afghanistan has been decimated, and most books found in the country are…Read More

Article - Women & Education in Afghanistan, by Noorjahan Akbar

Education remains only for privileged Afghans Noorjahan Akbar July 28, 2011 The story of education in my family begins with my paternal grandmother, Bibi Jan, whom I did not know very well. She died when I was five, before the Taliban took control and my…Read More

News from Kabul: Afghan women rally, turning men red-faced with anger

Afghan women rally, turning men red-faced with anger By Sebastian Rich, NBC News KABUL – In any other country, the sight of a group of women holding colorful placards, marching and protesting is commonplace. But not in Afghanistan. In fact, a women’s…Read More
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