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Community Based Education Centres (CBECs)

"Millions of children in Afghanistan have never attended school and, though enrollment has dramatically increased in recent years, many children are now too old...

Literacy lightens lives in Afghanistan

Rafi-u-llah, a patrol officer in Afghanistan’s Laghman province, says that his inability to read was a source of shame that kept him from performing...

A New Era for Afghan Education Planners

"Decentralising the education system in Afghanistan is a priority for education planners, according to Mohammed Hamid Askarzada, Senior Monitoring and Reporting Specialist at the...

Afghanistan: Before and after the Taliban

"The education system in Afghanistan is regarded as one of the country's biggest success stories. In 2001 no girls attended formal schools and there were...

“Education, education, education” urges President Karzai

"The official opening of the new school year took place today at Amani High School in Kabul. President Hamid Karzai called for an increased...

From secret school to Afghanistan’s future

"The young founder of the School of Leadership, Afghanistan, speaking at the Global Education and Skills Conference in Dubai, says she wants to start...

Afghanistan: rebuilding girls’ education after decades of conflict

Nahida, a school principal in Kabul, and the third participant in the ten-week #TeacherTuesday campaign. "In Afghanistan, conflict has raged for decades, cultural opposition...

Expanding Opportunities for Education in Kabul

"Keeping up with student demand is difficult at Nahid Shahid School. In the sprawling suburb of Qala-i-Wazir in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, the school now...

Afghan school growth ‘will survive political upheavals’

"Afghanistan's progress in reopening schools is irreversible and will survive any political upheavals, the country's Education Minister, Farooq Wardak, has said. Mr Wardak said local...

Giving displaced children in Afghanistan an education, and an opportunity

" Before arriving at the Charahi Qambar camp for internally displaced people, 16-year-old Agha LaLay had never attended school. He didn’t know how to read,...

Despite gains, future of Afghan girls’ education remains uncertain

Read UNICEF's current account of  the progress and future steps needed towards girls education in Afghanistan.

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