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Computer lab established for Afghan girls High School in Khoshi District

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Computer lab established for Afghan girls High School in Khoshi District

afghan girls high schoolAfghanistan’s leading private telecom company, Roshan, established a computer for the Khoshi District Girls High School.

Utilizing advocacy skills gained through USAID-sponsored training, the Khoshi District women’s communication committee in Logar Province persuaded Roshan to establish a computer lab for the Khoshi District Girls High School.

Increasing computer literacy of girls was a priority identified by women leaders during larger district planning processes also supported by USAID and the SIKA-East program.



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