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Construction work of a school building launched in Balkh

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Construction work of a school building launched in Balkh

SCA Secretary General lays the foundation stoneSwedish Committee for Afghanistan formally launched construction work of Khalid Ibn-e-Walid high school building in NahrShahi district in northern Balkh province. New Secretary General Anna-Karin Johansson during her first visit to Balkh province laid the foundation stone of the Khalid Ibn-e-Walid high school.

The old building of Khalid Ibn-e-Walid high school lacked enough classes. The new building will be erected with eight classrooms, a guardroom, latrines and surrounding wall along with separate portions for boys and girls will provide all necessary facilities to the students and teaching staff.

The school will be built through the new 2013 project initiated in north, which is funded by the Swedish government.

Among others, several high rank government officials including deputy governor, directors of provincial council, economic department and Balkh TV and deputy director of education department and representatives of Swedish embassy attended the ceremony.

Teachers, students and villagers also participated in the foundation stone laying event.



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