26 08, 2016

Women’s Equality Day And Dreams Of The Future

August 26th, 2016|0 Comments

Women’s Equality Day, established on August 26, 1971, celebrates the day women earned the right to vote in the U.S. (August 26, 1920). The day continues to highlight the need for equal representation of women all over the world.

25 08, 2016

Attack on American University of Afghanistan

August 25th, 2016|5 Comments

The morning of August 25, a 10 hour assault on the American University of Afghanistan by unidentified militants came to an end. At least 13 people, including seven students, were killed and some 44 people were injured, none of them associated with CAI.

17 08, 2016

Teacher Training Continues to Inspire

August 17th, 2016|0 Comments

This July CAI Gilgit facilitated a teacher training course for sixty-four teachers. For ten days men and women from several CAI schools came together to learn teaching techniques, curriculum requirements, and the national requirements each school must meet.

8 08, 2016

The Seeds of Olympic Sports Dreams

August 8th, 2016|1 Comment

This year the children of Tusyan Village in Tajikistan will finally have a place to plant their own Olympic sports dreams. With help from CAI, the more than twenty-year-old building will be repaired.

1 08, 2016

From Gym Class to Breaking Records

August 1st, 2016|0 Comments

But female athletes in Pakistan, Afghanistan and Tajikistan face different challenges. Their stepping stones to equality are much further spaced out, and have sharper edges. While there are laws ensuring girls get equal rights to sports teams and participation, like Title IX, they do not and governments, conservative family members, or a frightened communities sometime discourage them from participating.

26 07, 2016

What My Daughter Did For Girls’ Education In 40 Days

July 26th, 2016|1 Comment

Over the course of 40 days, she raised $235.24 in loose change from neighbors and classmates...in pennies alone she raised $61.50, that’s 6,150 pennies! We rolled a lot of coins and took them to the bank to have them cashed, and then we sent a check, to Pennies for Peace for $470.48!

27 06, 2016

Boston Teens Give Grant for Central Asian Children

June 27th, 2016|2 Comments

This spring, CAI received one of the most touching grants for education in our twenty-year history. It wasn’t the size of the grant that honored us the most; it was the group of students from the Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston (JTFGB) who chose to support CAI’s mission of peace through education.

25 06, 2016

Pennies, Peace, and Pies

June 25th, 2016|1 Comment

Two of Ms. Kucharski’s classes, totaling fifty students, participated in Pennies for Peace this spring. “It was inspiring to see how much the students took ownership of the program.

20 06, 2016

World Refugee Day: More than half of refugees are children

June 20th, 2016|0 Comments

Though refugees come from many countries, the United Nations reports 54% of this population flees from just three countries: Somalia, Afghanistan and Syria.

17 06, 2016

Father’s Day: Principal and father watches over children

June 17th, 2016|1 Comment

The children of Kamp-e Farm Hada are lucky to have Owsubila looking out for their education. In this village, parents see education as the only way out of poverty, even for their girls.