"When we educate a woman, we educate a family. Unless we educate the Afghan population, there will be no peace." ~Hassina Sherjan, AAE Executive Director
AAE has been provides education to marginalized Afghan women and girls over the age of ten, who are denied access to the formal education system due to conflict age, marital status returnees without education documentation. AAE is guided by the indomitable spirit of Afghan women and children who, despite over 30 years of war and violence, are determined to build a bright and prosperous future for themselves and their families. Currently, 3,000 female and 104 male students attend AAE Schools.
Mines Advisory Group (MAG) is an international organization that saves lives and builds futures through the removal and destruction of landmines, unexploded ordnance (UXO), and other weapons remaining after conflict. Since 1989, MAG has worked in over 35 countries and was co-laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1997. MAG's leading priority is to protect the lives and well-being of the most vulnerable individuals in contaminated areas by providing risk education, and removing deadly weapons.
THE STATION Foundation (TSF) is a non-government agency providing resources to help all members and families of the Special Operations Community attain the same elite performance in their personal lives that they enjoy in uniform. TSF offers a place where Special Operators and their families can stop, identify their values and "stay on track." TSF offers customized, year-round performance programs that begin in Montana. Participants return home committed to lives of clarity, purpose, and direction. TSF is not a retreat, but a performance program that challenges and empowers participants to demand their very best, developing resiliency and confidence to thrive amid adversity.