Sakena Yacoobi interview on the Afghan Institute of Learning and effective international aid (video)

Sakena Yacoobi interview on the Afghan Institute of Learning and effective international aid (video)

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Topical Interview
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2006
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English (US)

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Sakena Yacoobi of the Afghan Institute of Learning (AIL) describes the work of her organization since the 2001 American invasion of Afghanistan and toppling of the Taliban. She expresses frustration at the misappropriation of billions of dollars in international aid money and the misuse of funds. She also describes what does and does not make effective international aid, and why she feels that the model of Women's Learning Partnership (WLP) is more effective than the aid model for many other non-governmental organizations.

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