The Afghanistan National Institute of Music, the country's only music school, is nurturing budding musical talent and giving an opportunity to young people from across the country. Half of the students are orphans or come from poor and disadvantaged families. Students at the institute learn to play traditional and modern musical instruments and are also taught academic subjects as in mainstream schools. The institute, which plays a vital role in rebuilding a just, harmonious and civil society, receives support from the Afghanistan Second Skills Development Project, financed by the World Bank. The World Bank and Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF), together with other donors, has been providing support to ANIM since its re-establishment in 2008. ANIM, which operates under the Ministry of Education, was supported by Afghanistan Skills Development Project (ASDP) in its initial stages and is currently supported by the Afghanistan Second Skills Development Project (ASDP II).