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Japan donates $8.2 million for computer sciences faculty building

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Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmad Shah Ghanizada
Ahmadshah Ghanizada is the deputy editor in chief for The Khaama Press Agency who manages and overlooks the English edition.

Japan builds new building for computer sciences facultyThe new building for the computer science faculty of Afghanistan will be constructed with the financial cooperation of Japan in the next 18 months.

Afghan higher education minister, Obaidullah Obaid on Tuesday innaugurated the construction work of the new faculty building. Japan will fund $8.2 million for the construction of the new building.

Mr. Obaidullah said that the government of Afghanistan is thankful for the impressive cooperation of Japan in various fields during the past 11 years. He urged the government of Japan for further cooperation with the education and higher education organizations in the country.

Japan also delivered ten buses to the Kabul University, besides innaugurating the construction work of the new building for computer sciences faculty. The asphalt work of the Kabul University roads will also begin in the near future with the financial coopration of Japan.

Japan has been one of the major donors for the reconstruction of Afghanistan, and according to higher education ministry officials, around 200 teachers from medical and Kabul Universities have been sent to Japan to obtain their Masters and Doctorate degrees.

In the meantime, Japan’s ambassador to Afghanistan, Hiroshi Takahashi sid that the government of Japan remains committed for a long term cooperation to Afghanistan.

He said, Japan has donated over $40 million in education sector to Afghan government during the past 11 years.

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