APT Annually supports a number of students to go on an international exposure trip. Via international exposure trips, APT creates the space for different people to build strong interpersonal relationships. Students from different backgrounds who hardly know each other spend ten days together in a foreign land where they are all treated equally, have a common goal, participate in non-competitive activities, and have one leader. In addition, students who travel abroad interact with people whom they have hardly had previous direct contact. They develop friendships with these people as well, broadening their understanding of diversity. Through this program, APT contributes to building an Afghanistan where the inclusion of minorities, women, and out-groups are not only accepted but also appreciated. Only students who have taken part in our other programs are eligible to participate in the international exposure trips.