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March 12, 2019

JALALABAD CITY (BNA) A school to be built close to Durand Line in eastern Nangarhar province as soon.
The school will be have several buildings and dozens classrooms.
It is supposed that the school to be built within the next one month in Torkham Township close to Durand Line; where there is no school buildings and students are facing with various problems.
Press office Nangarhar governor by releasing a statement issued that, the school will be have dozens classrooms, library, laboratory and sport gymnasiums. 
The school will be constructed by ministry of economic of Afghanistan.
M.A.Ansari
 

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Daikundi (BNA) Fire took place in a high school in Shahristan district, Daikundi province.
A local official of Daikundi province told BNA, in the fire all the documents in that high school were burn.
Education head of Daikundi province said, the case of the fire is still unknown.
He added that a delegation has been appointed by the province to investigate the incident.
T. Yarzada
 

Sunday, March 03, 2019

Kabul (BNA)  Work on construction of 13 schools was kicked off under government’s Citizen’s Charter program in two insecure districts of Badghis province, local officials said, adding that at least AFs 65 million (almost $870,000) has been allocated for the project.
The schools will provide education opportunity to thousands of students in Moqor and Jawand districts, a local official said, adding that the project will be completed within the next eight months.
“Work on the schools in Moqor and Jawand districts as well as on 12 other schools worth AFs 57 million will kick off this week and the construction of other schools will start gradually,” said Mohammad Haroon Anis, head of Citizen’s Charter program in Badghis.
Statistics by Ministry of Education from last year show that Badghis has 457 schools, including 75 high schools, with 120,000 students and 35 percent of them are girls.  Badghis Governor Abdul Ghafoor Malikzai said the Taliban will not stop construction of the schools as their children will be admitted in the schools.  “I do not think any challenge will occur on the way of construction of the schools because it is for the public.  Construction of schools is not just for today, it is for a long time.  The opposition’s children also need education,” he said.
Some residents of the districts welcomed the move and vowed support to it.  “I am happy that an educational institute will be built here,” said Karimuddin, a resident of Moqor district.  “It is proud moment for us that the first school is being built for us.  Students are still studying in open areas and there is no school here,” said Mohammad Anwar, a resident of Moqor.
 

Tuesday February 26, 2019

Kabul (BNA) During his visit to Zaranj, provincial capital of Nimroz, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met the other day with university lecturers, school teachers, sportsmen and health workers of the province.
According to BNA report, in the meeting, Abdul Hadi Baidar and Zahra Sultani, representing others, enumerated their demands and suggestions in connection with teachers town, increasing of teachers’ salaries, lack of school buildings, lack of professional teachers, approval of some faculties, establishment of library and laboratory for university, distribution of residential lands, attention to sportsmen, dispatching expert doctors and ambulances, increasing health centers and reviewing the work on Nimroz provincial hospital.
After hearing their demands and suggestions, the country’s President said that deputy ministers of public health would soon pay a visit to Zaranj to review and take urgent steps in order to address the problems, adding that funds have been provided for construction of schools and all provinces’ needs in connection with construction of schools would be addressed in coming years. Stressing on importance of professional schools, the country’s President said that 1,000 schools would be promoted to professional schools. He instructed governor of Nimroz consider proper lands in cooperation with ministry of urban development and land authority to address problems of residential houses for sportsmen and teachers town. President Ghani also said that the education budget would be directly provided to provinces and provincial directorates of education from now on.
 

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