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About 98.8 percent of Afghans support the reopening of schools for girls above sixth grade, finds an online Pajhwok Afghan News survey. Only 1.2 percent of respondents opposed girls’ return to school.
Thirty-two out of total 41 schools in the Dawlatshah district of eastern Laghman province have no buildings, an official said on Monday.
PUL-I-ALAM (Pajhwok): There are a total of 275 schools in central Logar province and 100 of them are without buildings where students are . .
TIRINKOT (Pajhwok): The education department of central Uruzgan province on Wednesday announced reopening 32 schools that had been closed due to conflicts or their buildings
KABUL (Pajhwok): Members of civil society institutes, political parties and tribal councils during a gathering in Kabul on Thursday called the closure of girls’ schools
KABUL (Pajhwok): The Afghanistan Private Schools Union (APSU) says the number of students has declined by 30 percent. Around 200 private schools had been closed
JALALABAD (Pajhwok): The education department of eastern Nangarhar province has built boundary walls for two schools in the Kot district at a cost of 2.5
KABUL (Pajhwok): US Special Representative for Afghanistan Thomas West and former president Hamid Karzai have discussed the return of Afghan girls to school. West tweeted
KABUL (Pajhwok): Teachers, civil society and women rights activists at a gathering on Sunday expressed concern over the closure of girls schools above class six
ASADABAD (Pajhwok): The Education Department of eastern Kunar province says a total of 441 schools are functional across the province with 288 lacking buildings. Qari