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Gains made in safe education for Afghan children under threat

“The war in Afghanistan is taking its toll on a generation of children. Attacks on schools and students, lack of class-rooms and teachers, impoverishment, child labour and traumas among children jeopardise any gains made in Afghanistan and threatens the future of the country,” said Head of Programme for the Norwegian …

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Afghanistan: World Bank Should Aid Girls’ Education

(New York, June 13, 2018) – The World Bank, along with the Afghan government and its donors, should use its new education program to reverse the declining number of girls in school in Afghanistan, Human Rights Watch said on Tuesday in a letter to bank management. The anticipated US$300 million …

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Report: Afghanistan Struggles To Get Children Into Schools

More than 40 percent of children in Afghanistan aren’t in school, says a new report that paints a bleak picture of the state of education in the war-torn country. According to the report, released this month by UNICEF, USAID, the think tank Samuel Hall and the Afghan government, 43.7 percent …

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