For the Education of Afghan Women

Pamela Raymont-Simpson, Christian Wistehuff (Initiative executive director) and Molly Kellogg (Initiative advisory board member).
Photo by Neshan H. Naltchayan
Pamela Raymont-Simpson, Christian Wistehuff (Initiative executive director) and Molly Kellogg (Initiative advisory board member).

On March 24, the City Club of Washington and Christine Warnke hosted the Initiative to Educate Afghan Women celebrating International Women’s Month and honoring people and organizations that empower women through education and leadership training. Since 2002, the Initiative has partnered with U.S. colleges to provide undergraduate degrees and leadership training to 67 Afghan women who now hold leadership roles in the economic and social development of their homeland.

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