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Hundreds of Afghan youths graduated from vocational training courses in Kandahar

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Hundreds of Afghan youths graduated from vocational training courses in Kandahar

kandahar jpgConducted by the Department of Martyrs, Disabled, Work and Social Affairs, 130 male and female youth graduated from vocational training courses.

Sixty of the graduates were female and the remaining 70 male, who attended different vocational training courses over the past months.

Nazar Ali Qateh, the director of martyrs, disabled and social affairs, hoped the graduates would be able to overcome their financial problems.



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