The Afghan Community

Welcoming our friends to their new homes
Along with other English-speaking countries, the United States is receiving new arrivals of Afghan refugees.
To aid in the integration process, we have designed culturally sensitive, contextualized learning materials for the Afghan community.
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We design & sell our own Afghan products – made in collaboration with Afghan communities around the world.
I see relief in my students’ eyes when they see language they can understand during their first weeks in the United States.
— Educator | Wisconsin, USA
Education Consultants

We’re hired as consultants and design custom projects for NGOs working directly in the Afghan community.


The Afghan people are no strangers to conflict, forced displacement, and an education disrupted. Cultural expectations and years of conflict deprived equal access to education, especially for women and girls.
After the Taliban took over the country, education was partially stopped for an unknown period of time and girls were banned from secondary school. The education levels of the incoming Afghan refugees vary greatly, which is where informal learning tools can play an important role.

Who are the Afghan people?

The Afghan people consist of numerous ethnolinguistic groups – for simplicity, we refer to the people of Afghanistan as the Afghan Community, but we recognize and appreciate their diverse languages, clothing, religions, customs, etc.
The people of Afghanistan have suffered from years of internal conflict, displacing millions of Afghans. Violence in Afghanistan intensified in 2021 and spread across the country, displacing over 600,000 Afghans – with 80% being women and children.

What Languages Do They Learn?

While the official languages in Afghanistan are Pashto and Dari, there are a variety of ethnic languages also spoken throughout the country. Our Afghan materials are available in Pashto, Dari, and English. The vocabulary works in two ways –
  1. To provide introductory English vocabulary for those coming to the US and other English-speaking countries.
  2. To preserve Pashto and Dari for those who want to maintain their language for the future generations.

What’s Special About Your Materials?

Everything is contextualized to Afghan culture. We work alongside cultural assistants in the community to create culturally sensitive materials. We create cartoon characters based on reference photos of Afghan people.
We have also integrated other ethnicities to account for the diversity of the United States and other English-speaking countries. The cartoons are verified by community members to ensure cultural efficacy. These culturally sensitive materials are more relatable for the target community, fostering greater engagement.

Check out our books!

We sell our books to schools, NGOs, and individuals who are actively working with Afghan refugees. Our materials can work for individuals at home or in group classes.

Adopt the Afghan Community

We work with companies who want to make a difference every year by supporting Afghans in their community. Become a corporate sponsor and receive exclusive marketing opportunities.

Free Resources

Not ready to buy our books yet? Check out the free downloadable resources we have available for teachers today!


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