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Joint Afghan-Spanish school to open soon in Kabul

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Joint Afghan-Spanish school to open soon in Kabul

mr. sooA joint Afghan-Spanish private primary school building has been inaugurated in Omid Sabz area of western Kabul.

Loi Serat Soo, representative of the cultural Spanish organization Spanish Kid Runner,  said the school would open in March 2014 and would enroll 150 girls.

Mohammad Nabi, brother of second vice president Karim Khalili, allocated two acres of land for the construction of the building.

The Spanish organization granted USD 150,000 for building this school, which consists of 6 classrooms, an administration office and a directorate.

“The school will follow Afghan Ministry of Education’s rules and program. The organization will undertake educational programs for male students as well, but for now our focus is on admitting female students only,” said Mr. Soo.

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