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KABUL (PAN): Thirty women on Wednesday graduated from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)’s Women in Government Internship Programme, the Ministry of Finance said.
KANDAHAR CITY (PAN): American troops have established an orphanage in the memory of a child who was overrun by a military vehicle a year and a half ago in the southern province of Kandahar.
MAIDAN SHAHR (PAN): A large number of women on Wednesday staged a peaceful protest against the ongoing conflict in Afghanistan, calling for girls’ schools to be kept open in the central province of Maidan Wardak.
KABUL (PAN): President Hamid Karzai has ordered the purchase of a private hospital and its transfer to the Kabul Medical University, officials said on Tuesday.
SHARAN (PAN): A school reopened after 13 years of closure in the southeastern province of Paktika, officials said on Saturday.
KABUL CITY (PAN): Trucks carrying school textbooks would cross the border into Afghanistan from Pakistan over the next few days, an official said on Wednesday.
HERAT CITY (PAN): A five-month embroidery training course began in the Ghorian district of western Herat province on Tuesday, the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development said.
KABUL (PAN): Foundation stones of two buildings for Afghanistan’s National Institute of Music were laid by Minister of Education Farooq Wardak in Kabul, officials said on Saturday.
KABUL (PAN): Ten government-run universities across the country have been connected through a video conferencing system, Minister of Higher Education Obaidullah Obaid said on Tuesday.
MAIMANA (PAN): Construction work on the Sitara High School building was launched in Maimana, the capital of northern Faryab province, an official said on Tuesday.