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2 school buildings inaugurated in Kabul

2 school buildings inaugurated in Kabul

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Sep 25, 2011 - 17:33

KABULinfo-icon (PANinfo-icon): New buildings for Mohammad Asif Mayel and Abdul Ali Mustaghni Schools were inaugurated on Sunday in Kabul.

The buildings cost about 50 million afghanis (id="mce_marker" million) provided by the government of Japan, Educationinfo-icon Director Najibullah Kamran said.

A three-storey building for the Mohammad Asif Mayel School has 30 classrooms, an eight-room administrative block and 24 bathrooms.

It has the capacity to accommodate about 5,000 students, the director said, adding the school was located in the Mahtab Qala area.

Without giving details about the building for the Mohammad Ali Mustaghni School on the Darul Aman road, he said the students previously studied under tents.

A message from Second Vice-President Mohammad Karim Khalili was readout at the inaugural ceremony. He linked the economic development of the country to education.

Of the 14,000 schools across the country, 50 percent are facing severe problems, including lack of proper buildings.

Education Minister Ghulam Farooq Wardak said his ministry was taking serious steps to provide proper buildings for schools, a problem to be resolved over the next nine years.

He asked the private sector and rich people to help his ministry in rebuilding schools.

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