Two new schools built in northern Afghanistan

Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education announced today that 2 new school buildings have been inaugurated in northern Afghanistan.

The first school building is for the Bala Murghab High School in the Murghab district of Badghis province. According to a ministry official, the building took 1 year to build at a cost $471,285. The buildings consists of 16 classrooms, 3 administrative rooms, a guard room and 6 restroom stalls. A surrounding wall was also put in. Moreover, the new school building has an electric and water system.

The other building that was inaugurated is for the Malawi Rahmatullah Middle School in the Kishindeh district of Balkh province. According to a ministry official, the school building was built at a cost of $32,000 and it contains 6 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms and 5 restroom stalls. A water well was also put in for the school. Moreover, the school was provided with 80 two-seater tables and chairs.

August 28, 2011 В· admin В· One Comment
Posted in: Education, Reconstruction and Development

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  1. Property Afghanistan - August 31, 2011

    The young are our hope for the future, and only with education will their potentialities be realized.

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