Stones Into Schools: Promoting Peace with Education in Afghanistan and Pakistan - Study Guide Part 1: Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

Greg Mortenson
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Chapter 5.

While Sadhar was not above taking a profit from the sale of opium in his community and the transportation of opium through his community, he would take the money and use it to better the lives of his own people. Sadhar wanted to make a better life for his community, and this included a passion for education for the youth of the area, including the girls. At the same time, CAI had just received a flood of donations due to an article that appeared in Parade Magazine. For this reason, CAI was able to agree to build a school in Baharak to appease Sadhar and guarantee his help in the CAI moving into the Wakhan.

As CAI built this school, Sarfraz began moving into the Wakhan and negotiating contracts with villages there to begin building schools. During this time, Mortenson...

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