Women of different ages, who have not gone to school are attending Learning for Healthy Life courses. 25 students are taught Dari, Mathematic, Islamic and Health subjects in each class.
23 students from the Teachers Educators Master Program (TEMP) graduated after 16 months of full-time studies. TEMP started in 2011 as a joint attempt to increase the quality of the teachers’ education in Afghanistan. This was the second group to graduate since the start.
Female education has seen a substantial increase in Afghanistan in recent years, according to a United Nation report. The general view of educating girls has improved greatly since 2001.
The governor on Monday inaugurated a newly-established agriculture, economics and mechanical high school in the Mohmmad Agha district of central Logar province.
More than 29,000 orphan and vulnerable children will be enrolled to get education facilities from kindergarten under an agreement among private institutions, an official said on Sunday.
Bayat Foundation--- a charity organization--- has donated 27,000 academic books to 16 government universities in parts of the country as part of its sustained assistance to higher education institutions.