Calls to reopen Afghan girls’ schools continue

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The Noor Capacities Development and Training Institute was founded in 2001 and presently works in 22 provinces in human rights and capacity building.

Joining both international and domestic voices, the “Noor Capacities Development and Training Institute” has urged the Islamic Emirate to allow females over the sixth grade to attend school as soon as possible.

“We want progress and excellence for the Muslim nation of Afghanistan and for the development of this we call for the opening of schools for all boys and girls in the country,” said Fazel Ghani Kakar, director of the Noor Capacities Development and Training Institute.

“Women and girls want to go back to school, please open the doors of schools for girls,” said Khatera Alizai, a member of the Noor Capacities Training and Development Institute.

The institute launched an initiative to develop the leadership and management skills of women, girls, and teachers.

“The capacity building project is for women and girls, and after receiving the training, our students will be able to receive their Islamic-defined rights in a scientific and fundamental way,” said Maiwand Rahi, master trainer at the Noor Capacities Development and Training Institute.

“The source of progress for the growth, development and capacity building of women and girls is the establishment of educational centers in the country,” said Hassania Tuba, a member of the Noor Capacities Training and Development Institute.

“I am glad that I participated in this program because as a teacher I need to know leadership and management, as well as knowing about women’s rights,” said teacher Monira Nosrati.

The Noor Capacities Development and Training Institute was founded in 2001 and presently works in 22 provinces in human rights and capacity building.—Tolo News

 

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