A young woman steps out of the American University of Afghanistan. For her and others, the university campus is a place for the exchange of ideas, philosophies, and education.
In Nangrahar, many refugees have begun to make their home. In 2016, over 600,000 came from Pakistan, returning to the country from which they came. This comes from a report by the International Organization for Migration. (IOM) 2017 should see similar or increased rates as Pakistan becomes more hostile and the Afghan government stabilizes. The... Continue Reading →
Dr. Ken Holland was elected by the AUAF Board of Trustees on April 11. He is an American academic who has written on Afghanistan. Dr. Holland is considered a top expert on the region and has a long history in academia. He will provide a development focus to the university mission. Ken Holland first received... Continue Reading →
“Girl’s education fuels growth in a number of key areas.” Farhad Azima said in an interview on Tuesday.
Children’s education is at crisis in Lebanon, says a new report from the Human Rights Watch. In response, Mr. Farhad Azima looks to organize relief efforts.
Farhad Azima and his colleagues at the American University of Afghanistan are committed to diversity and advancement of women’s education.