Posts Tagged 'school'

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Helmand school flourishing

Posted on July 30th, 2015 · Posted in News

The school we have built in Nad-e-Ali Helmand is flourishing. 1700 students are attending in grades 1 through 12 including 550 girls in grades 1 through 6. The school comprises: 24 classrooms 2 teachers offices 2 storage rooms 1 canteen 32 latrines 2 computer labs 2 wells 1 library A school committee of 6 elders is responsible for overseeing the administration.  The school has been officially approved by Helmand province education… Read more


AAF school in Northern Afghanistan opens its doors to 200 new pupils

Posted on October 18th, 2013 · Posted in News

A new school built by the Afghan Appeal Fund in Faryab province in the North of Afghanistan, opened its doors to over 200 children this year. The school, in a remote area but central to eight large agricultural villages, has strong support from the villagers and they have literally bought into the education of their children – a levy of 200 Afghanis per student household was raised in 2012 to pay… Read more

AAF school in Helmand

300 girls start lessons at AAF school in Nad-e-Ali, Helmand

Posted on September 24th, 2013 · Posted in News

We are very excited that around 300 girls have started lessons at the Afghan Appeal Fund school in Nad-e-Ali, Helmand this September. The classrooms were finished just in time for the new school year and the girls are delighted to be in the new building. Seven classrooms are complete in the girls’ half of the school as well as several drop latrines – some of the only ones outside of… Read more