Mission: We empower communities of Central Asia through literacy and education, especially for girls; to promote peace through education; and to convey the importance of these activities globally.
Results: Central Asia Institute was started in 1996. Since then we have built 189 schools, supported 120 schools, 65 vocational & literacy programs, 14 community programs, 37 public health programs, 11 scholarship programs, and 14 teacher support programs. This past year we positively impacted over 100,000 people through CAI supported programs.
Target demographics: empowering girls and women in Central Asia
Geographic areas served: Afghanistan, Pakistan, & Tajikistan
Programs: We build schools, provide ongoing support to schools and children, women's vocational centers & literacy programs, public health programs, community programs, teacher training programs and scholarship programs.
The 60 minute report did bring out that he has done some good but that is NO rationalization for what appears to be the lies, misrepresentations and perhaps fraud that appear to be going on. At the very least, the Montana Attorney General should be investigating this group and determining if there is enough evidence to file suit and begin getting statements under oath and filing subpoenas for documents.