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The Afghan Libraries Program is a project of Relief International (RI). RI is a humanitarian non-profit agency that provides emergency relief, rehabilitation, and development assistance and program services to vulnerable communities worldwide. 

 Afghan Students Assciation website those who living in the United Kingdom.

Website of the American International School of Kabul in Afghanistan.

Green Village Schools is a Portland, Oregon, based non-profit organization committed to building a generation of hope in Afghanistan.

The Habibia High School, a weblog created and directed by Habibia high school students with information about the school, etc.

Help Afghan School children Organization (HASCO) is a non-profit, non-political Organization with an entirely volunteer staff; our aim is to help Afghan children catch up on years of lost schooling.

Afghan Medical Univesity, The weblog has created and directed by an medical student with a lot of medical information etc.

Kabul University, the official website of Kabul university of Afghanistan.

KetabKhana is developed and maintained by the founding members of “KetabKhana.Com” which provides access to books and poetry for the people of Afghanistan. Here in KetabKhana.Com we have added many valuable books in Dari, Pashto languages and we are planning to add books in other languages being spoken in our beloved Afghanistan. The aim of this app is to provide information about our beloved country. The app and the website have a simple interface with user-friendly, responsive features and options to make your reading comfortable and pleasurable.


Kodakan, an education senter for afghan children in sweden, the website contains also entertainment programs for children.

Learning english, a weblog that created by afghans to learn basic english to whom are interested.

Pashto alphabet introduced with the showing its English equivalent for those who have interest in education.


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