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Sabre Foundation
First Shipment Arrives in Afghanistan. As this Update goes to press, Sabre’s first ocean-freight container shipment has arrived in Afghanistan.
More than 9,000 new books were sent to benefit schools, universities and medical facilities.


MyAfghan - News and Information on Afghanistan
Afghan News Network Archives
There are 16 news articles from this date: 9/12/2002
News Article

Kabul University Chancellor Asks Cambridge, Massachusetts Foundation to Help Rebuild Libraries (Cambridge, MA.) In mid-September,
will be returning to his native Afghanistan with several boxes of new, carefully selected books on Islamic and western architecture as
well as handbooks on engineering and construction donated by the Cambridge-based non-profit organization, Sabre Foundation. Azadzoi, an
architect and planner based in Newton, Massachusetts, visited the university in July as an advisor to the Afghan Assistance Coordination Authority
on urban and university reconstru...


Rebuilding Sustainable Communities in Iraq:
Policies, Programs and International Perspectives

This book first published 2008 Cambridge Scholars Publishing 12 Back Chapman Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2XX, UK
Chapter 10. Rebuilding Iraq: Theoretical Issues and Practical Approaches to Rebuilding Sustainable Communities after Disasters—Reconstruction
Experiences from Afghanistan
Najim Azadzoi and Michael Hicks

School Furniture for Ghazni High Schoo, September
N. Azadzoi, voluntarily, bought and distributed school
furniture to Ghazi High School where he was
graduated in 1973.

Lectured at the Department of Architecture during his
several trip to Afghanistan form 2002 to 2006

Distributed over 40 selected books to Kabul University,
Department of Architecture and with the help of Sabre
Foundation of Cambridge, MA, sent over 10,000 books
to Mazar-e-Sharif University.

Distributed School materials to Ariana Girls School in
Kabul. Aid material was collected by many individuals
in the USA
Ghazi High School
Summr 2002
Ariana Girls School
September 2003
Kabul Department of
Architecture, 2003
Kabul Library,
Summer 2004