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AEBT offered preparation of university entrance exam for students



Dr. Nahid Aziz professor of Psychology and AEBT vice president lecturing AEBT Tele-Education students in Aschiana Kabul. This class offered by AEBT for preparation of university entrance exam. The subject of the discussion is stress management and how to deal with recent situation in Afghanistan.

AEBT has created a tele-education class at the Aschiana school in Kabul



In an effort to promote access to higher education for high school students in Afghanistan lacking basic resources, AEBT has created a tele-education class at the Aschiana school in Kabul, which helps students prepare for the countrys rigorous college entrance exam. The boys and girls receive quality instructio

TEXT BOOK DELIVERY TO HERAT UNIVERSITY



Following the great tradition of Afghan Education for a Better Tomorrow (AEBT) on September 23rd, 2017, close to 700 volumes of technical and college level text books were packed for d

Visit of Minister of higher education and chief adviser to the president



Dr.Farida Momand  minister of higher education and Dr.Qayoumi chief advisor to president Ghani visited AEBT Tel-Education room at Herat University.

Tele- Education program opening ceremony at Herat University.



Ghulam M Feda,  AEBT President with Herat University faculty members attended a ribbon cutting ceremony that honors the opening of Tele

First AEBT Tele Education Class at University of Herat.



AEBT proudly introduced the first of a series of Tele-Education programs with Herat University, thanks to the vision of our CEO, Ghulam Feda. 


AEBT launches the use of Tele-Education in Herat University



Afghan Education for a Better Tomorrow (AEBT) is pleased to announce that based on its mission and principles, it has been in the forefront of expanding opportunities by providing educational resources to various Afghan Institutions.
Top on its list is a Memora


Afghan Education for a Better Tomorrow and Raqim Foundation Tele-Medicine project



The Raqim Foundation, in collaboration with Afghan Education for a Better Tomorrow, has launched a Tele-Medicine pilot project in Kalakan, a village in Afghanistan. This system is satellite and  internet based and is powered by solar panels.