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Education

Wednesday June 26, 2019
PUL-E-ALAM CITY (BNA) Doors of five school have reopened in Mohammad Agha district of central Logar province.
Shah Poor Ahmadzai spokesman of police chief in Logar told BNA correspondent, the schools have been closed one month ago by local people in Zarghon Shahr region, Mohammad Agha district of the province.
It is mentionable that the schools have reopened by efforts of education officials and tribal elders.
M.A.Ansari  

 

Monday June 24, 2019

Kabul (BNA) Reconstruction work of 45 school buildings will be started in eastern Nangarhar province.
The school buildings located in Sarkh Roaud and Khogyani districts of the province that thousands students are studying inside tents in the districts. 
Shah Mahmoud Miyakhail governor of Nangarhar told BNA correspondent, the school building will be reconstructed with a sum of 220 million Afghanis funded by government within the next one year.
By reconstruction of the school buildings adequate environment will be provided to thousands students (boy & girl) in Sarkh Roaud and Khogyani districts.
Based on released figure, most of schools in Nangarhar province are without buildings.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, June 24, 2019
Kabul (BNA) At a cost of over 6 million Afghanis, a high school building to be constructed in Kunduz province.
According to national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry to BNA, the school will be built from budget of national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry at the cost of 6100,000 Afghanis.
The school will have classrooms, administrative rooms and other necessary facilities, which will provide better education arrangement for students in Aliabad District.
T. Yarzada

Saturday June 22, 2019

Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani attended an inauguration ceremony of the library and archive section of Afghanistan historical researches center, BNA reported.
Thanking the President for his special attention to the history and country’s historical monuments and relics, the presidential senior advisor Abdul Ghafour Lewal handed over a number of Afghanistan’s historical manuscripts that has been prepared in cooperation with Afghanistan’s historical studies center in London. Appreciating Lewal’s efforts, the President said that if we didn’t know our country’s history, we will repeat past mistakes. The President added lack of proper understanding about Afghanistan annoys me. He clarified that we won’t know how to use resources and assets if we don’t understand about Afghanistan. The President instructed the ministry of higher education and Kabul University to establish a joint translation center so the works are translated to Afghanistan’s languages. Likewise, President Ghani and Mohammad Seddiq Patman handed over two albums consist of Afghanistan’s historical personalities and areas to the archive.
 

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