Building for a girls high school to be built in Badakshan; Laboratory inaugurated for high school in Ghazni

Afghanistan’s ministry of education issued press releases this week in which they announced that a stone laying ceremony was held for a new building that will be built for a girls high school in Afghanistan’s north eastern province of Badakshan, and a laboratory has been built for a high school in the province of Ghazni.

The building that will be built in Badakshan province is for the Najibullah Shaheed High School, located in the city of Faizabad. According to the press release issued on Tuesday, October 26th, the building will take 1 year to build at a cost of $420,000.В  Funding for the construction will come from the Provincial Reconstruction Team and the work will be done by the Lajwar Badakshan Construction Company.В  Once completed, the building will house 24 classrooms.

On Wednesday, October 27th, an education ministry press release said that an inauguration ceremony was held for a new laboratory for the Wakeel Mohammad Jan Khan Kuchi High School in Ghazni province. The cost to build the laboratory was $4500.В  The press release also said 200 beds with blankets, mattresses, and pillows were given to the school’s dormitory.

October 29, 2010   Posted in: Education, Reconstruction and Development