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Sunday, November 26, 2017

Pul-e-Alam (BNA) UNICEF assisted tents, worth 114,000 US dollars for schools of Logar province the other day, BNA reported.
Provincial education spokesman of Logar province Shahpoor Arab told BNA, UNICEF donated 67 tents for Logar schools. Each tent has capacity of thirty to sixty students.
Meanwhile, a number of students due to lack of proper places studying under the tents, he told BNA.
Previously UNICEF had assisted 80 tents for Logar schools.
 

Saturday, November 25, 2017
Kabul (BNA) The Human Forces’ High Council meeting with President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on the chair continued to discuss reformation in education sector, a statement from presidential press office said on Thursday.
At the outset, acting minister of education and deputy minister of general studies, Mohammad Ibrahim Shenwari informed the session on the recent report of Int’l commission on education, saying the commission findings would help the ministry to address corruption issues.
Meanwhile a number of civil society representatives spoke related to education, saying a draft plan would be presented on education sector in upcoming Human Forces’ High Council meeting.
Nawab Khalej representing the Youth Inventory’ Association said the country’s constitutions should be included in the country’s education curriculum and the 12th class graduates should have information in technology.
Addressing the session, President Ghani said enough political support was existed for the education sector in the country, adding the school principals and provincial directors of the ministry of education should be selected based on meritocracy.
The president also emphasized on recognition of talents in remote areas’ schools, adding investment should be taken place on them.

Wednesday November 22, 2017

Kabul (BNA) The Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) with technical and financial support from UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund handed over Family Life Education material to the Ministry of Education.
The material developed, for grades 4 to 12, by MoPH and UNFPA is based on comprehensive research and meets international standards that is cultural sensitive and age appropriate with full consideration of Islamic teachings and the Afghan cultural context. “At the United Nations Population Fund, one of our areas of focus is to work with government and the people of Afghanistan to ensure that every Afghan young man and woman fulfill their full potential,”, said Dr. Bannet Ndyanabangi UNFPA Representative in Afghanistan, “we need to work together to enhance youth participation in decision making in the country.”
Family life education is a rights based and gender focused approach to education about basic life skills that are required to live a healthy life, which enables Afghan adolescent and youth to make informed decisions about their lives. Family Life Education (FLE) is a requirement for each and every person to live a healthy life free of any kind of diseases and any type of violence and with full dignity. The information and education included in FLE are necessary for children as early as the beginning of adolescence, such information include: Skills and values that enable young people to make informed choices about their health and family life,
Opportunities for young people to explore their attitudes and values, and
Practice key skills including but not limited to skills as negotiation and decision making. FLE is rights based and gender sensitive approach and covers numerous issues such as
Relationship dynamics, Gender norms, puberty, reproductive health, human rights, and discrimination and etc. Including FLE in school curricula is particularly important because its reach to the Afghan population is extensive. There are 8.9 million Afghan children enrolled in school (Afghanistan Statistical Year Book, 2016), who absorb knowledge every day and apply the same to their lives in the family and the society as a whole. FLE can empower this population to understand and enjoy their rights by demanding them. Lack of FLE can affect Afghan youth’s decision in regards to getting married and becoming parents. Getting married too early robs any opportunity to educate and nurture healthy families and a healthy society.
 

Sunday, November 19, 2017
Nimroz (BNA) The construction works of administrative education department of Nemroz has been started.  According to BNA, the building will be built in three floors in a solid and basic format a cost of 19 million Afs from the state budget.  In the foundation ceremony of the building. Eng. Mohammad Sami governor of Nemroz, deputy for literacy program of ministry of education, members of the provincial council and member of civil society were participated, source added.
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