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Young Afghan girl wins prize in international WFP Children’s Design Competition

Artwork by Mariam Ahmadi has been named as one of the winners in the international WFP Children’s Design Competition for 2017, organized by the United Nations World Food Program. The winning design portrays Miriam’s experience of her school in Badghis

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90 schools in Kunduz province receive 1,000 chalkboards

The German government funded purchase of 1,000 new chalk boards worth nearly AFN 3 million for 90 schools in seven districts of Kunduz The boards have been distributed during the last two weeks and are now available to over 135,000

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New school for more than 3,000 students in Kunduz Province

A newly constructed school building was handed over to the local government in Kunduz’ Khanabad district by the Afghan-German cooperation. The Ahmad Shah Massoud High School now offers a good learning environment for more than 3,000 students. The German government

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Embassy of India announces Master Degree programs for Afghan students

The Embassy of India, Kabul announces the unique Masters Degree program in foreign affairs (M.A. Diplomacy, Law and Business DLB) offered by O.P Jindal Global University (JGU). JGU is a non-profit global university. The vision of JGU is to promote

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Afghan students enjoy a roof over their heads at school

Not long ago, the 420 students of the Afghan Mena Elementary School had to study in an open lot because their school did not have enclosed classrooms. Today, students sit in classrooms in a two-story building in Jalalabad city, the

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14 Afghan students complete training on mining in Germany

As part of a series of training measures run by Germany’s program for academic mining education in Afghanistan (AMEA), 14 highly qualified Bachelor candidates returned from a two-month study program at the Bergakademie technical university at Freiberg in Germany. They

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Shura held to confer on improving education in Parwan province

A shura (Afghan word for a consultative meeting) was held in Parwan province to exchange ideas on how to improve education and security in Parwan. The shura involved representatives from the Task Force Solid and the provincial education sector. The

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Work on construction of two school buildings begins in Roi-do-Aab district of Samangan

Two school buildings at a cost of 11mn AFN are to be built in Roi-do-Aab district of Samangan, said officials of the provincial education department. Mohammad Bashir Salahi, deputy head of the education department, said the schools would consist of

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84 Afghan students sent to Turkey to seek higher education

Afghan Ministry of Higher Education sent 84 students to Turkey for higher education. The students will be seeking a degree in the field of engineering. Higher Education Minister Obaidullah Obaid urged Afghan youth to study hard to be able to

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Supreme Foundation opens computer lab for disadvantaged students in Kabul

Supreme Foundation, a registered charitable trust established by the global supply chain solutions provider Supreme Group, has recently opened a computer lab to support the education of 2,000 disadvantaged students attending Khushal Khan #1 High School in Kabul. The project

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Fourth Cohort of Afghan Students Receives Master of Education Degree

Twenty-two students received Master of Education degrees today from Shahid Professor Rabani Education University, as senior Afghan and U.S. education officials watched. The graduate program is part of a joint Afghan-U.S. effort to enhance education in Afghanistan. The ceremony at

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Inauguration of a new building for a school in Logar province

A new building for the boys’ school, Surkh Abad, was inaugurated Thursday in Mohammad Aghai district of Logar Province. Head of the Ministry of Education’s Education Department Mohammad Shahpor Arab said the project is built at a cost of more

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A group of Turkish students enrolls at Kabul University

Forty Turkish students have enrolled at the Kabul University to obtain their bachelors degree. Minister of Higher Education Ubaidullah Ubaid said the high quality of teaching in educational institutions in Afghanistan has attracted many students from the region and the

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New building for Quotanmast School in Sar-e-Pul

Students of the Quotanmast School, who used to study under tents, now have a new building, which was inaugurated on Tuesday in Gosfandi district of Sar-e-Pul province. Funded by the Turkish government, the school is built on a four-acre land,

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New school opened in Talukan village, Kandahar

Leaders from the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan opened a school in Talukan village with a ribbon cutting ceremony in Panjwai district, Kandahar province, Jan. 26. District Governor Haji Faizil Mohammad, District Minister of Education Izatullah, District Chief

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Afghan students qualified for the Global Law Competition

Five Afghan students from Herat province has been selected among students from eight university from across Afghanistan in a qualifying exam that was held in Kabul as part of the International Philip C. Jessup Law Moot Court Competition. The qualified

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Iran offers scholarships to Afghan students

Iranian government has offered 500 scholarships to Afghan students including master’s degree, 120 PhD’s and 80 bachelor degrees. Iranian Minister of Science, Research and Technolog, Kamran Daneshjoo, announced on Friday that his country is willing to share its experience in

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Internet services to be extended to all universities in Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s Ministry of Higher Education will extend internet services to the universities across the country by next academic year. The Ministry held its 8th conference on the extension of the Information Technology (IT) in Kabul. The three-day conference was attended

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