KANDAHAR (BNA) Kandahar education department says with the construction of this building, nearly thousands of female students created a suitable educational environment
Earlier, students at the school studied Under the tents and outdoors due to the lack of classrooms.
Japan, through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNCHR), has spent $250,000 to build the school.
Kandahar Education Spokesperson Nazar Mohammad Samim told BNA that the new building of Mirza Ahmad Girls’ High School in Kandahar has twelve classrooms, laboratories and libraries, offices, and other needs of an educational center.
The girls’ school opens as the Islamic Emirate announces efforts to finalize the reopening of girls’ schools in Afghanistan.
Bakhtar News Agency
Source: Bakhtar News Agency