Help Jahantaab Go to University

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Jahantaab  Ahmadi is an Afghan student and a mother who sat the University entry examination with her child. She is going to study sociology in one of the private universities in Kabul, Afghanistan.

She is role model to thousands of other Afghan women who face similar challenges. It is important that we help her as much as we can to ensure that she continues  to fight her way to success. She is a woman in village called Oshto, Daikundi, Afghanistan. In the picture, you can see her taking exam  while taking care of her two months old child on the floor. Although, she has passed the enterance exam for university but she is struggling with univeristy fees. 

Here in the Afghan Youth Association, we believe it is a good cause to raise money to fund part of her university fees.  She doesn't only face the financial challenges but also a difficult  boundary to educate herself in the Afghan society.  The money we raise will be handed to Jahantaab in person.

Afghan Youth Assocation(AYA) is  a platform for young graduates, professional and students to socialise, network and work together without any caste, creed or religious preferences. As well as to help and integrate (Afghan) communities in the UK and facilitate social, cultural and academic activities among the members in where possible. 
 Here are some of the questions we have been Asked:
(1). Who you are and where you're from?
Answer: we are the Afghan Youth Association (AYA), a youth organisation based in the United Kingdom. AYA is established by a group of University students, graduates and young professionals to help the Afghan community integrate and play their role within the society. we are a group of students who want to make a difference in our community. One of our objective is to make sure women and men are treated the same for the betterment and goodness of the health of our community and consequently our society.

(2). Your relationship or contact to the parties you're raising funds for?
Answer: Jahan Taab is a student and an Afghan mother who sat the university entry examination with her child in her arms. She is a role model for all the other women in Afghanistan. She has passed the university entry examination and is studying sociology in one of the private universities in Kabul, Afghanistan. She doesn't have any money to fund her education. She doesn't only face the financial challenges but social challenges in the Afghan society. One of our objective here in the AYA is to promote women empowerment - it is a good cause to help her succeed for she is breaking the boundaries.

(3). How the funds will be spent?
Answer: The money will be used to fund Jahan Taab's university fees. She has to pay between 10-12 thousand Afghanis per semester. The money raised will go towards her education to avoid any financial obstacles on her way to success.

(4). Your withdrawal plan to get the funds from the campaign to the ultimate beneficiaries?
Answer: the money will be directly sent to Jahan Taab or the University where she studies. We have found her contact details. Once we meet our target then we will arrange the payment of the money raised between the Jahan Taab and her University as appropriate.

We make sure you get to know the result of your donation. For further information please do not hesitate to contact us. 
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Dear all,
On behalf of Jahantaab the Afghan Youth Association would like to thank you all for your generous donations.

We have recently spoken to Jahan and agreed to transfer the money raised to Jahan via Western Union after the money is withdrawn by the president of the Afghan Youth Association, Parwiz Karimi.

The money will be transferred in four instalments first of which will be transferred before the start of her first university semester. The rest of the money will follow afterwards.

Jahan will be studying at the Kateb University in the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul. This is the link to the University's website: http://kateb.edu.af/fa/

With every instalment transferred we will post a report on our Facebook, instagram and Twitter to let you all know how the money will be used to help Jahan continue her education.

Facebook: Afghan Youth Association
Instagram: afghanyouthassociation
Twitter: afghanyouthuk
Jahantaab with her three beautiful children
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On behalf of Jahan Taab we would like to thank you for your generous donations and support. Initially we were planning to fund her three years degree. After our second conversation with Jahan Taab, We saw the need to fund her education beyond degree level. Please keep donating to help Jahan Taab.
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We have spoken to Jahan Taab today. She is very grateful about your generous donations. Huge thank you to all our genrouse donors. We have now reached our target and wish to end our campaign. We firmly believe that this campaign with your kind donations will help Jahan continue her education and work towards a safer and brighter future. We will keep you updated shortly.
Kind regards
Afghan Youth Association
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Thank you so much to each individual donors. ❤️ We really appreciate your donations. We will make sure to keep you updated.
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