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Afghan Higher Education Ministry announces degree program on health

The Minister of Higher Education Dr. Farida Momand announced a new advanced degree program at Kabul Medical University that will develop and support health sector technicians for the country. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through its University

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New building constructed for medicine department of Al-Beroni University

Work on the construction of a three-story building for medicine department of Al-Beroni University in Kapisa province has been completed. The building consists of 42 rooms and is built at a cost of USD 2.5mn, funded by the Afghan Ministry

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Cornerstone laying ceremony for German-funded faculty building in Balkh

On July 30th, 2013, the cornerstone for the new Faculty of Public Administration and Policy was laid on the new campus of the Balkh University in Mazar-e-Sharif. The deputy governor of Balkh province, the chancellor of Balkh University, a representative

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Afghan Ministries of Education & Higher Education reject UN’s report on corruption in Afghanistan

Ministries of Education & Higher Education strongly rejected the latest report on corruption in Afghanistan by the UN office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and Afghanistan’s anti-corruption unit, calling it far from reality. According to the report, the total cost

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Afghan Ministries of Education & Higher Education reject UN’s report on corruption in Afghanistan

Ministries of Education & Higher Education strongly rejected the latest report on corruption in Afghanistan by the UN office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and Afghanistan’s anti-corruption unit, calling it far from reality. According to the report, the total cost

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New buildings for Bamyan University

Three new buildings for agriculture and education faculties as well as the administrative affairs department of Bamyan University were inaugurated on Thursday. Funded by the Ministry of Higher Education, the buildings cost USD 580,000. Second Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili, who

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