Teacher Aqla is one of the Fellows of Teach for Afghanistan organization (TAO), busy servicing the country’s children in a school away from the roads and cities. She was introduced to a school located on the slopes of the mountain far from the city. When she went to that school and observed it closely, she faced many problems. The walkway to the area where the Lakar School is located passes through the slopes of the mountain and has windings. It is worth mentioning that the path from the house to the Lakar School is full of unexploded ordnance too.While teaching, she noticed the problems that prevented students from attending the school and wrote the following: Students pass through the mountain peaks to reach the school, their parents worry till the students return home from school, that being the reason, some parents don’t even allow their children to attend school. I shared this problem with the staff of the Teach for Afghanistan organization. With their ideas and advice, I was able to solve this problem as much as possible by setting up seminars on mines and minefields. Having posted posters and guidelines on the walls about mines and high-risk areas, my colleagues showed the area to them from up close and provided the necessary information. The students were then able to become somewhat aware of this; now, they come to school with interest and without fear. Their families too have peace of mind and calmness.