The Korean Vocational Training Centre at Bagram Air Field provides Afghans with skills that enable them to build a stronger tomorrow for the communities of Afghanistan.
The Mashad Girls School in the Kishim district in Badakshan have been supported by Swedish Committee for Afghanistan since 1989. The school serves as a model school and has a library, a laboratory, and over 2,000 students. In the end of 2014, the school will be handed over to the government.
Separately, the Ministry of Labour said in a statement that June 14 would be a public holiday countrywide in connection of the presidential runoff vote.
At least 24 schools closed due to security concerns in Dasht-i-Arche district of northern Kunduz province reopened on Saturday, the Ministry of Education announced.
In the Community Based School Waghar Dara in the Kishim District in Badakshan the students and the teachers see each other as family. Therefore everyone does what they can to contribute to the construction of two new classrooms.
In its effort to make schools safer and ensure the right to education for all Afghan children, the Government of Afghanistan is mobilizing community elders in remote areas to help protect schools from insurgents’ attacks, according to a senior official from the country’s Ministry of Education.