Nasrine Gross was featured in a recent literacy podcast.
Kabultec is sorry to report the passing of one of its Board of Directors. Eleanor De Paola.
On June 2, 2018, Nasrine Gross, participated in the One Journey, Many Paths Festival in Washington, DC.
Annette Scarpitta shares her experience with Kabultec over the years.
Mary Kelly, a member of Kabultec’s Board of Directors, shares her history with Kabultec.
On Sunday July 9, 2017, Kabultec’s sister organization in Kabul, the Roqia Center graduated one literacy class for married couples, and inaugurated another.
Read more about Mike Albin’s recent trip to Kabul and the Roqia Center.
Read more about the Jesuit Refugee Service and their educational programs for Afghan girls.
Profile of the Female Candidates through a Tour of Afghanistan: Report of Workshops for Parliamentary and Provincial Council Elections
By Nasrine Gross
Afghan Women: The New Constitution and the Road Ahead
Presented at French Senate Seminar: Afghanistan Reconstruction