The Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) rebuilds education and health systems in Afghanistan through its holistic approach that combines innovative education, healthcare with health education and quality training programs. AIL benefits all needy people (70% female). It is an Afghan organization run mainly by women, that seeks to help all Afghans rebuild their lives and society through transformation at individual and community levels.
What we do
Founded by Dr. Sakena Yacoobi in 1995 to address the need for quality education and health care, AIL has always been holistic in its approach and innovative in its programming. It is praised, both nationally and internationally, and most importantly trusted by the Afghan people. AIL continues to grow and expand its offerings as the people of Afghanistan rebuild their lives and communities.
25,000 students educated
194,000 health patients
118,000 in health education
38 Learning Centers
Over 17 years: 11 million reached
AIL provides education at its Learning Centers in academic and skills classes. It has teacher training and training in subjects such as human rights, leadership,peace and democracy.
Health education and health care is given at AIL clinics, mobile outreach units and Community Health Workers Posts.