In the 1950s, Nasima was born in Afghanistan. She received her education at Kabul University and graduated as a teacher. For the next 20 years, she spent her time working in the education field, but sadly, from 1996 – 2001 due to the Taliban controlling the country women were prohibited from working and attending school. Due to recent oppression, Nasima came to the United States with a dream of a better life for herself and to help her family. Inspiring many other women on her way. Despite not having children of her own and the Taliban killing her husband many years ago, Nasima still feels responsible to provide for her family in her native country. Nasima’s journey has brought her to La Posada Providencia where she has been welcomed with open arms. Not only is La Posada committed to her safety, but also giving her the tools to reach her life’s mission.
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Clients assisted from July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2023 (Fiscal Year):
Clients assisted from July 17, 2022- July 23, 2022:
The following thirteen (13) Countries of Origin are represented in July 2022