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World Bank funds IT training in Kabul

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World Bank funds IT training in Kabul

ministry of technologyOver 1,000 students, introduced by private and government sectors, will receive training in information technology skills (IT)  by the Afghan Ministry of Communication and Information and Technology (MoIT).

Costing USD 1.2mn, the project will be funded by the World Bank (WB).

The students will be taught networking, Microsoft technology, database management, internet design, computer software development and networking management and information security.

Deputy Minister Baryalai Hassam said the project would help improve the quality of internet services in Afghanistan.

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