In August 2013, the AFAW was created to help the dire situation in Southern Afghanistan. Paula knows that with a village of caring Americans, many lives can be changed for the better in Southern Afghanistan. Our focus of lessening the abuse of women in that area is key. Her last program was mainly in Kabul. It is time now to move on to Kandahar and Helmand, since good seeds need to be planted there.
Anjum Malik is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the Alhambra US Chamber of Commerce, Co-Founder and Vice President of House of Tutors, and Co-Founder and Vice President of the Intensive American English Institute. Anjum’s belief in the power of education to improve society is evident in all aspects of her professional life: when she provides oversight for the academic development of international students, scholars and administrators at the Institute; through her global work in the development, consulting and training activities of the Chamber; and, as the expert networker who inks others to build the commercial and diplomatic bridges that bring us together to create that brighter future.
Empowering Afghan Women for a Better Future
Action for Afghan Women