Afghanistan

SUPPORT FOR CHILDREN'S SCHOOLING

Context

The educational deprivation in the different regions of Afghanistan is terrible, only 30% of the children are literate... Since 2005, our objective of educating girls and boys together has been achieved year after year. We have built 7 schools in the Panjshir region with a thousand pupils and a secondary school with 18 classes for 2,369 pupils in Mazar e Sharif (boys (1.171) and girls (1.198)) and another one with 904 pupils in Dasht e Rewat.

All the schools built by Mission Enfance are then taken in charge by the Afghan Ministry of Education. Every year, about twenty girls from our high school in Dasht e Rewat obtain their baccalaureate and go to Kabul University or follow a teacher training in the Panjshir Valley.

 

Goal

TO GIVE AN EDUCATION TO GIRLS AND BOYS IN AFGHANISTAN

In 2021, we are going to build the school of Parshar - Adaba in the Panjshir Valley : 6 classrooms, 1 administration office, 1 warehouse and a sports field. We will also provide school furniture and uniforms for the pupils. Today the pupils are attending school in a totally dilapidated house which is a threat to their safety.

We are going to support Dr Belqis Katil's dispensary in Kabul with a financial endowment. (in 2020 : 4.300 patients in Kabul and 1.000 in the Panjshir Valley => of which 45% are children under 5 years of age).

 

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