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UNICEF plans to directly fund Afghan teachers

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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.

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund has announced that they will be funding Afghan teachers directly and without involving the de-facto authorities, the Taliban.

The International community has presently blocked money to the Taliban-led administration and has announced that they are setting up a system to fund the teachers without giving money to the Taliban.

UNICEF’s Afghanistan Chief of Education Jeannette Vogelaar in her latest interview with Reuters said that they would begin registering teachers of public schools in order to put them in the system.

“The best way to support the education of girls in Afghanistan is to continue supporting their schools and teachers. UNICEF is calling upon donors not to let Afghanistan’s children down” said Vogelaar.

The UNICEF has said that funding the Afghan teachers is the only way to help reopen schools for Afghan girls in Afghanistan.

It has been more than two and a half months since the high schools and universities have been closed in Afghanistan but the Taliban have recently said that they will soon open schools and universities for girls.

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  1. Since the beginning of the Taliban government all the teachers of the country have faced with a great financial problems. The previous government had promised that the salaries will be increased in the middle of the year, but it didn’t.
    Now as the prices are grown up the previous salaries can’t accomplish the requirements of the teachers.


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