Saturday, November 02, 2013
Trenkot (BNA) A police commander of Urozgan province assisted foodstuffs and winter clothes for hundreds of students of a school.
The assistance donated for more than five hundred students of a school in Trenkot city capital of that province.
Education in charge of Urozgan said BNA, commander Matullah Khan assisted foodstuffs and winter cloths to students of this school.
Earlier this commander also assisted foodstuffs and clothes for students of that province.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Seven school buildings were inaugurated by education in charges of Sar-e-Pul province the other day.
BNA reported, the buildings were inaugurated in Sancharak and Gosfandi districts of Sar-e-Pul province.
The buildings have been constructed with the financial assistance of National Solidarity Council Zewa Office within a year.
Each of the building has 6 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms, a storehouse and other facilities.
With construction of the new buildings, the education problems of students solved and now they are studying in a comfortable and save place.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Kabul (BNA) A new building school inaugurated and put into exploitation by education in charges of Momanddara district of Nangarhar province the other day.
According to BNA, the building of the School has been constructed on an area of two Jiribs of land at the cost of 118 dollars funded by Central Asian Office.
The school has 8 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms and other educational facilities.
With construction of the building, the problems of students have been tackled from shortage of classrooms.
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Kabul (BNA) Japan will provide $ 20 million through UNESCO to ministry of education for starting the third phase of literacy program in the country.
Ministry of education signed MoU with UNESCO in Kabul the other day. According to the agreement, the third phase of literacy program is to be implemented in Afghanistan with assistance of $ 20 million provided by Japan.
Farooq Wardak, minister of education while signing the agreement said, “Literacy program has been implemented in 15 provinces in the country as Badghis, Faryab, Ghazni, Khost, Kunar, Nimroz, Nuristan, Urzgan, Zabul, Badakhshan, Balkh, Bamyan, Daikudni, Ghor and Nangarhar provinces, while the third phase of the program will be implemented in Warak, Paktia and Samangan provinces, aiming extension of the program throughout the country.”
Ministry of education asserted that in the first two phases of the program, nearly 600,000 our countrymen including women have completed nine months literacy program in the country.
Related to the third phase of the program, Japan ambassador to Kabul said, “I hope Afghanistan government by accepting further responsibility and management strengthen the literacy program in the country, adding UNESCO and Japan embassy to Kabul will provide necessary assistance to MoE in this regard.”
It is worth of mentioning that Japan has provided $ 50 million to MoE for implementation of literacy programs in Afghanistan.