Canadian teacher is longtime advocate for education in Afghanistan

Educational improvement in Afghanistan has been a top priority for a Canadian teacher who has raised funds, built schools and advocated for change in the war-torn country that she says will improve the quality of life there. Lauryn Oates, who first became concerned about Afghanistan when she was 14, says improvements in education there will lead to improvements in human rights.

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