Online school for Afghan girls
It is indeed a difficult situation for many girls and women in Afghanistan. The Taliban have banned girls' education and work which is unprecedented in this day and age.
Girls have faced direct barriers to education, such as being banned from attending school or facing harassment or violence when trying to access education. This is a deeply troubling situation, as education is a fundamental right and is essential for the development and well-being of individuals and societies.
The country has a long history of violence and conflict, and this has had a significant impact on the lives of women and girls. Many face challenges such as limited access to education, limited participation in the workforce, and widespread discrimination. There are also high rates of child marriage, domestic violence, and other forms of gender-based violence.
But the recent banning of girls' education took gender apartheid to a whole new level.
When girls attain an education they recognize and demand their rights, they raise their voices and prove that they are no less than men in any way. And for that exact reason, the Taliban have stopped education to keep women like sheep and rule them as they wish.
Education is a fundamental right, and it is distressing to hear that girls have been unable to continue their studies due to the current situation. Access to education is important for the development of a country and its citizens, and steps must be taken to ensure that girls and women can access education and other opportunities. It is also important to address the root causes of these challenges, such as discrimination, violence, and poverty, to create a more equitable and just society for all.
Sabar Afghan Online School
aims to empower women with education, it's through education only that women can challenge the norm and bring a change.
Next steps for our project
- The school will start work on a Live online program to teach and engage female students across Afghanistan that are currently sitting home and going mental.
- Sabar Afghan Online School will start offering education in Dari language. Dari is one of the two official languages of Afghanistan, along with Pashto, and it is spoken by a significant portion of the population. Providing education in Dari can help to ensure that students who speak the language are able to access educational opportunities and succeed in their studies.
- Sabar Afghan Online School is in touch with major organizations and governments to give official recognition to the school so it can issue certificates to students when they complete a class.
- Finally Sabar Afghan Online School will offer education in English. English is a widely spoken and very important language, and learning it can provide students with many benefits, including increased career and educational opportunities. Learning English can also be a valuable way for students to connect with the wider world and broaden their horizons.
Online education can also be a useful way to provide access to education in areas where there may be limited physical infrastructure or other challenges. It is important to ensure that all students, regardless of where they live or what language they speak, have access to quality education and the opportunity to reach their full potential.
So please support this campaign generously to make the world a better place and ensure equality in the face of tyranny. Thank you.