Afghanistan

Total population (in thousands) 32,527 (2015)
Population aged 14 years and younger (in thousands) 14,325 (2015)
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Education project from Afghanistan helping war-affected women and girls receives UNESCO Literacy Prize

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 30 Aug 2018 | by: UNESCO | Story Source: UNESCO ~ Go to Original ...
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Afghanistan: Promoting Education During Times of Increased Fragility

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 13 Aug 2018 | By: Report by World Bank | Story Source: World Bank ...
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Afghanistan: HRW Warns Of Education Crisis As Girls Drop Out Of School

By: Tolo News (Afghanistan), 14 June 2018 Human Rights Watch has said the world is looking away as an education ...
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Children with Disabilities

 

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Emergency

 

New girl on the block: Sesame Street introduces 6-year-old Afghan puppet girl called Zari

There's a new face on Sesame Street - a sassy, fun 6-year-old Afghan puppet girl called Zari, with purple skin, ...
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Children in Afghanistan struggle to access education and healthcare

Children in Afghanistan increasingly struggle to access healthcare and education, the UN said in the report released today, ‘Education and ...
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Aqeela Asifi: refugee, teacher, champion for education

Her car broke down during her long journey to Islamabad from Kot Chandana, a refugee village where she lives in ...
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Gender

 

Girls Denied Education in Afghan Province

By Sabawoon Locals complain that minimal resources and poor security are excluding female students. Residents of Maidan Wardak province in central ...
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Portrayal of Afghan women and girls in primary school textbooks varies based on ruling powers, Stanford research finds

6 Nov, 2017 BY CARRIE SPECTOR The characterizations of Afghan females in school textbooks were heavily influenced by the country’s ...
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Portrayal of Afghan women and girls in primary school textbooks varies based on ruling powers, Stanford research finds

BY CARRIE SPECTOR 6 Nov, 2017 The characterizations of Afghan females in school textbooks were heavily influenced by the country’s ...
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ICT in Education

 

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Innovative Financing

 

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Learning Outcomes

 

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Mother Tongue

 

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Partnership

 

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Policy and Curriculum

 

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Private Sector

 

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Teacher

 

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