Kabul: Women issues in Afghanistan have once again come into the spotlight, three months after the Taliban took over Afghanistan. The biggest worry is education for girls and women, which seems to have come to a standstill due to Taliban’s rules and regulations. Go deeper: Twenty years of progress has seen an abrupt stop with the closure of schools and even universities. The Taliban’s

25 November 2021

As the new educational year commences in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Education says that one million children will be enrolled in school this year. Nooria Nazhat, spokesperson of the MoE says that the ministry has initiated a huge campaign to incentivize and attract children towards joining school. This way the ministry aims to increase the participation of children in the school. “We have initiated a

25 March 2019

World Bank’s Mathematics and Language assessment collected by the Afghanistan SABER Service Delivery (SD) survey has shown that education delivery in Afghanistan has several gaps, indicative of a lack of learning methods. According to the survey, Afghanistan’s education system is falling short across all the four key school-level pillars of learning, which are skilled and motivated teachers, effective school management, school inputs that affect

2 March 2019