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Duxbury Clipper: Sometime around dawn in Deh’Subz (pronounced Da Subs), Afghanistan the pupils from the Zabuli Girls’ School complete their morning chores, don their black and green school uniforms, and walk from their homes along the dirt and sometimes paved roads that lead to Zabuli School....“I feel delighted, overwhelmed,” said Razia of her mornings shepherding the girls into the school she built for them. “I can’t believe my eyes that these girls are walking freely towards the school.”
On a dreamy summer evening in Kabul, supporters of Razia's Ray of Hope enjoyed a special evening in support of the Zabuli Education Center.
Razia Jan: One can feel the joy of accomplishment when everyone is walking on the same path toward the same ultimate goal. That is the feeling I have. It’s been four and a half years since I started the struggle to give the girls of in Deh’Subz a chance at education and self-awareness. Today I share our success with the community that makes the Zabuli Education Center possible.