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To: Mr. President of Afghanistan

International Campaign to fight illiteracy in Afghanistan

Friday 28 December 2007

A national program against illiteracy should start immediately aiming to eliminate illiteracy in the country within five years. Human beings will not develop without science and knowledge. We would like you to learn from those countries poorer than Afghanistan that fought illiteracy successfully and start immediately.



1. Everybody can sign this letter regardless your activity, nationality and religion.

2. We will send the letter with all the signatures to the President of Afghanistan.

3. After signing the letter please post it to post box 3219, Kabul or you may sign directly in www.kabulpress.org

4. To support this campaign or getting further information you may contact Kamran Mir Hazar at:

editor kabulpress.org

Mobile number: 0093 799 390 025

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