Maidan Wardak residents build self-funded school

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According to the residents, most of the districts of the province do not have schools, and students have to walk a long distance to get to school.

Residents of the Sayed Abad district in Maidan Wardak province said that there is no school in the “Boghakai” neighborhood and that they have started building a school at their own expense for 5.1 million Afs. According to the residents, most of the districts of the province do not have schools, and students have to walk a long distance to get to school.

“We have collected 100 Afs from each person, and those who now live in Iran, Saudi Arabia and other countries have helped us too,” said Haji Karim Dad, a resident of Maidan Wardak. “The people of this area come here every day and take part in the construction of this school. —Tolo News

 

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