Seeds Of Knowledge For Mother’s Day



Seeds Of Knowledge For Mother’s Day
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This Mother’s Day you can honor the love and dedication mothers in your life show every day, and help the mothers in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Tajikistan achieve their dreams. To celebrate all mothers, Central Asia Institute will send the mother in your life a beautiful card and packet of wildflower seeds when you make a donation of $10 or more to help mothers in Central Asia.
It’s the perfect gift for the wonderful women who have dedicated their lives to ensuring their children have every opportunity possible, and the rewards will go farther than they can imagine.
If you would like to order a Seeds of Knowledge packet and card to be sent to the mother in your life, please click the button below. Orders must be in by May 5 to make it in time for Mother’s Day.

Catch Up On Our Field Notes Blog
It’s been a busy month. Catch up on the latest stories from CAI’s work in the unstoppable revolution for girls’ education.

CAI Board Member Meets Pakistan’s Ambassador
moeed yusef
In his first public forum as Pakistan’s ambassador to the U.S., Aizaz Chaudhry spoke with CAI Board Member Moeed Yusuf about Pakistan’s outlook on U.S.-Pakistan relations, the possibilities for cooperation on Afghanistan, and the situation in South Asia. He emphasized the importance of technology and open communication as being essential for education and creating peace in the region.

Run For Girls’ Education
marathon runner
Are you so excited about girls’ education that you just can’t hide it? Are you planning on running a marathon this year?
In exchange for a free race bib to the Rock N’ Roll Marathon city of your choice CAI asks for minimum fundraising goal of $750. ALL donations will be sent overseas to further the education of students in need. Please, feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

Word Of The Month: Ishkashim
ishkashim students

Ishkashim is a town in Badakhshan Province in north eastern Afghanistan. It shares a border with neighboring Tajikistan and a town there of the same name. Ishkashim is home to the Ray-e-Abisham primary school that we are seeking funding for this spring. Schools in the area are severely overcrowded as the need for education grows.

Pennies For Peace
pennies for peace

A few pennies can go a long way in Central Asia.
A parent is a child’s first and most important teacher. They teach children about empathy, the power of education, and how to be a good citizen. Learn more about how participating in Pennies for Peace is changing the world, both at home and abroad.

Give Big Montana
give big you

Central Asia Institute is participating this year’s Give Big Gallatin Valley right here in our home town of Bozeman, MT. Give Big is an opportunity for us to show our appreciation for being a part of such an amazing community.
Gallatin Valley is home to many nonprofit organizations working hard everyday to solve some of our local problems. Join us and let nonprofit organizations know how much they are needed and supported.

Join The Girls’ Education Revolution
Every donation matters. Every dollar helps bring one student one step closer to creating peace through education.

Central Asia Institute (CAI) works with communities in remote areas of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Tajikistan, to promote education, especially for girls. At home and abroad, CAI is committed to sharing its expert knowledge with the public. Together we can cultivate peace, nurture hope, and change the world, one child at a time. 
CONTACT US: (877)-585-7841

About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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