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Eduation

Education Sector Goal:

To contribute to the empowerment of individuals and communities through provision of quality, accessible and modern education for Afghans.

Education Sector Objectives:

To increase the adult literacy levels in males and females;

To improve the capacities of school teachers and principals in teaching methodologies, Subject knowledge, school management, and teaching aids;

To provide primary, secondary and high school education.

To upgrade primary, secondary and high schools to include services catering to basic needs of students;

To develop vocational skills amongst males and females for raising their income;

To Provide Online Education

Sector Achievements:

The education sector of CHA has the overall responsibility of managing education projects; the sector functions by a team of qualified and experienced education experts, led by an education program manager. The team is well qualified and expert in planning, implementing and follow up of education programs. CHA believes that education is the main factor for the socio-economic development of the country; therefore, education is one of the core strategies in CHA’s strategic plan.

CHA’s education sector has been one of the main contributors to implementing educational national programs in Afghanistan. CHA was an important partner in implementing the Afghanistan primary education program (APEP) project, which was an accelerated learning program for boys and girls who were not able to go to schools during the Taliban regime. In total 47031 students (22519 boys and 24512 girls) successfully graduated from the 6th grade, and were eligible to continue their education from 7th grade in formal schools.

Building Education Support System for Teachers (BESST) is an important project in CHA’s educational background. The scope of the project was to improve the quality of primary and secondary education by strengthening teachers and the school management by providing capacity building training. The project was implemented in all the districts of Herat and Kandahar. The main achievements of the project were: training of 15528 teachers in INSETs, training of 1740 principles in SMTs, establishing 621 SIPs, and establishing 1243 TLCs.

Girls Right to Education in Afghanistan through Innovative Distance Education Approach (GREAT IDEA) was an innovative distance learning project with theism of increasing access to quality education throughout the country; Such a program has never been implemented in Afghanistan before, especially with the current model (using a consultation line for a live interaction voice contact) was a complementary part of the program.

63 MoE schools in four provinces of Kabul, Parwan, Kapisa, and Panjshir were under the coverage of the GREAT IDEA program. In total, 5860) 9517 female and 3657 male) students have received content knowledge by live telecast programs in four subjects (Maths, Biology, Physics and Chemistry) for grades 12-7 during the project

The Female Youth Education Initiative (FYEI) project was funded by WB through MoE; the project aimed to provide life and job skill training to 1300 female (20 vaccinator and 1280 job skill trainees) in order to enable them to obtain skill and employment by potential employers in Mazar Sharif, Balkh, Dehdadi, Khulm, and Sholgara districts of Balkh province.

Girls Right to Education in Afghanistan through Innovative Distance Education Approach (GREAT IDEA) was an innovative distance learning project with theism of increasing access to quality education throughout the country; Such a program has never been implemented in Afghanistan before, especially with the current model (using a consultation line for a live interaction voice contact) was a complementary part of the program

63 MoE schools in four provinces of Kabul, Parwan, Kapisa, and Panjshir were under the coverage of the GREAT IDEA program. In total, 5860) 9517 female and 3657 male) students have received content knowledge by live telecast programs in four subjects (Maths, Biology, Physics and Chemistry) for grades 12-7 during the project.

The Female Youth Education Initiative (FYEI) project was funded by WB through MoE; the project aimed to provide life and job skill training to 1300 female (20 vaccinator and 1280 job skill trainees) in order to enable them to obtain skill and employment by potential employers in Mazar Sharif, Balkh, Dehdadi, Khulm, and Sholgara districts of Balkh province.

Noon online is a new system providing education. This system is enabled by electronic facilities and it’s based on modern technology, the important point about this learning method is that time and place is optional and unrestricted.

The aim behind establishing such system in Afghanistan is to increase the access of Afghan children in school and who left out of school inside Afghanistan and outside Afghanistan to national primary and secondary education in the official languages of the country with high quality services.

Currently, CHA is in strategic partnership with Noon Online Education and will contribute implementation of this initiative in Afghanistan to provide quality, accessible and modern education for Afghan children in Afghanistan.