Empowering The Youth Through Education

ASL Classes

Akademos Supplementary Learning Class (ASLC) is a jointly run program by Akademos Society and Resources of Young Afghans. The program provides free access to supplementary learning for disadvantaged children and child labourers who are unable to access educational opportunities. It is a tailored program designed to assist those children who has had no access to formal education.

More than 60 very needy children are currently attending these specially designed classes to improve their literacy, numeracy and other social skills. As well as supporting the children, the program provides young and emerging teachers employment opportunities and an avenue to realise their passion. Two of the supplementary learning classes are located in Bamiyan and the third one is in Kabul.

  • Our first ASLC is run by Freshta Ahmadi in Bamiyan. It is a cave-school for about 30 local disadvantaged children.
  • Our second class in Bamiyan was initially run by Hussaindad Asghari, who has since been replaced by Ruqia Jafari. The class has 16 students in grades 3-6.
  • Our third class currently operates in the Rahila Library in Kabul, and is led by Zakia Amini and Fahima Sultani. The class has between 10-15 students who are predominantly from Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul.