18 November 2018

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Friday August 17, 2018 Aibak City (BNA) The construction work of three school buildings has been started in northern Samangan province yesterday. Abdul Mateen Sarwari head of education in Samangan told BNA reporter, the school buildings to be built at the sum of 17 million Afghanis funded by Ministry of Education’s budget in Khuram-e-Sarbagh, Roydouab districts and Aibak city the provincial capital of the province. Each of the school buildings will be have six classrooms and two administrative rooms and by inauguration of the school buildings about 800 students (girls and boys) will be benefited and shortage of education places will be settled, Sarwari added. M.A.Ansari

Monday, August 13, 2018

Pul-e-Alam (BNA) A school building to be built in Azra District, Logar province.
Shahpor Arab education spokesman of Logar told BNA, the school will be constructed from development budget of education ministry at the cost of more than 10 million Afghanis.
Arab added, the school will have eight classroom, two administrative offices, five restrooms, and other necessary facilities.
According to Arab, the schools has been established in 1387 year and so far, the students were educated in rent houses.
T. Yarzada
 

Thursday August 2, 2018

Kabul (BNA) With a sum of 1 million USD construction works of five school buildings have been completed and put into exploitation in Panjshir province. 
Atiqullah Karimi head of education department in Panjshir told BNA reporter, the school buildings has been built UNDP by financial assistance of South Korea in Anaba, Rokha, Abshar, Khenj and Pariyan districts of the province.
Eng. Kamaluddin Nezami governor of Panjshir, Mohammad Alam Ezedyar Senate’s First Deputy, Qazi Rahela Salim representative of Panjshir’s people in parliament, Ambassador of South Korea in Afghanistan, Dr. Sayed Hamidullah deputy of finance and administrative for ministry of education, Mohammad Amin Sadeqi deputy of Panjshir governor and other officials were present during inauguration ceremony of the school buildings.
Now, Panjshir province has 129 schools that 22 schools are without buildings.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, July 16, 2018

Faizabad (BNA) Afghan-German Cooperation (AGC) has handed over six newly constructed schools covering up to 4,000 students, to Badakhshan provincial education department, a statement from the PRAGC office received by The Kabul Times said Sunday.
The schools have been built in Argo, Darayem, Kishm, Tagab, Teshkean a Shahr-e-Buzurg districts of the province, where more than 4,000 students including male and female will benefit from the improved learning environment, according to the statement.
“The Afghan-German Cooperation supported the PED in implementing the projects and funded the schools’ construction at a total cost of about AFN 124 million via KFW development Bank,” said the statement.
The statement quoted Rohullah Mohaqiq, Head of Provincial Education Department saying: “We have a historical and rooted relationship with German Government and people, the implementation of these 6 schools re highly valuable for PED, since these schools will provide suitable learning environment for children in remotest area of Badakhshan province.”
In the past, students had to attend their classes under tents or in open air, during both hot and cold weather.  Therefore, Badashkahn’s PED proposed the initial plan to construct ten schools in Badakhshan’s rural areas to the provincial development committee.  It further developed the schools’ design with RIDF’s support.  Construction works started in 2016.  Today, six new school buildings are completed.  The remaining four schools are located in the provincial capital Feyzabad and the districts of Yaftal-e-Payan and Shahr-e-Buzurg.  They are expected to be finished in the months to come.
The statement went on as saying, the buildings offer a total of 74 fully equipped classrooms and 23 administrative rooms.  Clean water wells and toilets significantly improve hygienic conditions, mitigating the risk of infections.  Volleyball courts, walk ways and newly planted trees ensure a pleasant learning environment for the students.
Each school compound is further equipped with a guardroom, a boundary wall and an entrance gate, the statement concluded.
F. Makhdoom
 

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