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UNICEF asks Afghan parents to send children to schools

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Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy
Najibullah Lalzoy is a journalist and editor at Khaama Press. He has a BA degree in journalism.

As the new educational year begins tomorrow, Wednesday, March 23 across 24 non-tropical provinces in Afghanistan, United Nations International Children Emergency Fun asked people in Afghanistan to send their minors to schools.

UNICEF Afghanistan in a Twitter post on Monday urged all Afghan parents to prepare their eligible children for schools as new educational years unfold.

“Before the reopening of schools that takes place on Hamal 3rd (March 23rd), UNICEF Afghanistan asks all Afghan parents to prepare their eligible children and send them to schools across Afghanistan.” Reads the Tweet.

Ministry of Education of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has announced that there is no limitation in place for admitting new students to schools and the process has already begun.

The IEA has announced that schools of all levels both for boys and girls will be reopened but there will not be co-education in place and girls will only be taught by female teachers.

UN Secretary-General has also welcomed the move and asked for implementation of that.

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