AFGHANISTAN: JOWZJAN – 100 CLASSROOM PROJECT

About the 100 Classroom Project

The 100 Classrooms Project was launched in 2010 in response to the overwhelming lack of adequate educational infrastructure to meet the increased demand for education in Afghanistan after the end of the Taliban regime. We aimed to ensure that girls, who otherwise would often not be permitted to complete their education due to poor and unsafe learning conditions, are able to graduate from high school.

Generous donors who believe in that same dream made it a reality. In November 2018, the 101st classroom was built.

Since 2010, over $1.4 million was invested in 12 schools providing permanent education to over 18,000 students.

Click ►HERE to learn about the story of how we got started.

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Students in new classrooms

The new classrooms built for the 100 Classroom Project

Tents that served as classrooms before the 100 Classroom Project