Wednesday, June 29, 2022

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INFORM.INSPIRE.UPSKILL

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

“It feels like a death sentence not being able to learn,” Meena adds.

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She claims that since their school in the north-eastern Badakhshan province closed, she is unsure if she will be permitted to continue her education.

Apart from chores, we have nothing to do… We’re just stuck, “says Laila, 16, whose school in Takhar province was closed when the Taliban came to power.

According to BBC interviews with pupils and headteachers in 13 provinces, girls are still excluded from secondary school, despite Taliban pledges that they would be permitted to resume their education “as soon as feasible.”

Teachers, nearly all of whom had not been paid since June, said the situation was affecting the health of young females, with one blaming the closures for the marriages of three of her students.

According to teachers, girls who were allowed to return to primary school saw a considerable decline in attendance. Due to rising poverty and security worries, families were hesitant to send their younger daughters to school.

A new education policy will not be adopted until a new education policy is adopted. Mr. Hemat added that the current issue was merely a temporary obstacle while the administration worked to provide a “safe environment” for girls to go to school. He does not believe in CO. education. Despite this, female schools appear to have reopened.

Unicef indicates that child marriage is on the rise in Afghanistan, which is very concerning. According to one head teacher in central Ghor province, the topic of school closures is unimportant given the other issues her kids face. Many of our students, I believe, will perish… They are unable to keep warm since they do not have enough food to eat. You can’t imagine how poor they are, she stated.

-Inara Farishta
(Junior Editor)

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