Education Bridge For Afghanistan (EBA)
Education Bridge for Afghanistan (EBA) is a non-profit organization established by a group of volunteer education activists in Afghanistan and around the world. EBA provides a practical, indigenous, online education platform for secondary-level students in Afghanistan, especially for girls who are currently excluded from school.
In collaboration with members of the Afghan diaspora, international philanthropists and women’s rights activists, we have launched a programme to provide free access to online school-level education for girls in Afghanistan.
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To achieve equal access to quality education in Afghanistan by establishing an excellent education platform for students, teachers, schools, and institutions.
- Provide an online learning platform for students who are excluded from education, especially girls and women;
- Facilitate and widespread equal learning opportunities for Afghans, irrespective of where they live;
- Improve the quality of education by establishing an educational program based on international standards;
- Provide educational services in times of crisis;
- Build national and international partnerships for effective resource mobilization;
- Provide a platform for Afghan students to link with international opportunities, knowledge resources, and further education.
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Dr. Shakardokht Jafari
Chair Person & Trustee Member
MSc. and PhD in Medical Physics from University of Surrey, UK
Dr. Najma Najwa
CEO & Trustee Member
MD, MPH Kabul University of Medical Science
Dr. Saffron Grandage
Treasurer & Trustee Member
PhD in Materials Science from Imperial College, London, UK
Mohammad Ali Kawa
Program Coordinator and Trustee Member
PGD in Sustainable Development from NIRD-PR, MA in Sociology from Osmania University, India.
Information Technology Specialist & Trustee Member
MSc. Software Engineering from Payam-e-Noor University, Kabul, Afghanistan
Mohammad Younous Qasemi
BSc. in Economic Management, FIA with 14 years of experience in financial management, system development and accounting
MA. in Private Law, Iran
Web and MIS Development Officer
A Successful Self-Made Amateur Web Developer
Mohammad Mahdi Yaqubi
Graphic Designing Officer
Graphic Designing Diploma from Institute of Fine Arts, Kabul Afghanistan