The Afghan Ministry of Education says that the gates of 12 female, male and mixed schools were opened in Ishkamish district of Takhar province.
The schools were closed due to security threats to students, which have now been reopened with favorable security conditions and cooperation of citizens, ministry of education said in a statement on Tuesday.
Noria Nazhat spokesperson of Ministry of Education says that, with the opening of these schools, the group for receiving education will be facilitated for 7558 students including 2011 girl students.
She added that two schools “Sadbargan high school and Yaka Bagh secondary school”, which were temporarily closed due to the insecurity and displacement of students’ families to the center of Namak Ab district, were transferred to the city of Taloqan and the provision of intermediate educational services for students were provided beneath the tents.
According to Ministry of Educaion, during the year 1397, the gates of more than 350 schools which were closed schools have been reopened to students, but now more than 400 schools across the country are still closed students due to insecurity.