30 October 2020

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Monday, October 26, 2020
Gardiz (BNA) Construction work on a school in Shah Kariz, Zurmat Paktia district began today.
Paktia's director of education Kochi Zazai told BNA that the school will be built in a mature and basic way at a cost of 19 million Afghanis from the Ministry of Education's development budget within 15 working months.
The school has six classrooms, two office rooms, a computer room, an electricity and water system and other essential accessories, he said.
He added that the construction of this school will solve the problems of a number of students.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, October 24, 2020
Gardiz (BNA) Paktia Director of Education inaugurated the new building of a girls' school in Patan district of Paktia province today.
According to BNA, the new school building was built at a cost of 26 million Afghanis from development budget of the Ministry of Education, which has 10 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms, desks and chairs for students and other necessary equipment.
The director of education in the province says that the construction of the building has provided better education for hundreds of local girls. He called on the people to work for the education of their children.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Bamyan (BNA) The construction work of a boys' high school in Bamyan city began yesterday.
Fauzia Mohebbi, acting director of Bamyan Education Department, told BNA that the Zakaria Darreh Foladi Boys' High School building will be built with the financial support of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in two prefabricated houses in the center of the province.
He added that in this building, sixteen classrooms, equipped with water supply and computer systems and other necessities, have been considered.
In the inauguration work of the high school, Governor of Bamyan Sayeed Anwar Rahmati, heads of government departments and influential people in the area attended.
T. Yarzada

Thursday, October 24, 2020
Jalalabad (BNA) With the construction of dozens of schools in Nangarhar, tens thousands of students are expected to achieve a suitable learning environment.
The government, with the assistance of aid foundations, is spending hundreds millions of Afghanis on rebuilding these schools.
Mujibur Rehman Karimi, Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, in a meeting with Niagarhar Governor Zia-ul-Haq Amarkhail, said that the construction of new buildings for forty-eight schools in the eastern province is underway.
He also said that dozens of new schools would be built in Nangarhar.
The governor of Nangarhar says that with the construction of these buildings, tens thousands of students will get a suitable school environment.
At least 40% of schoolchildren in Nangarhar study in the open or under tents due to lack of classrooms.
T. Yarzada

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