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The National Strategic Education Plan (1389-1393/2010-2014) sets out the policies and objectives of the education system of Afghanistan to be achieved during the next five years. These policies and objectives have been developed based on the national and international commitments of the government and on the basis of the needs of the education system in Afghanistan. The NESP reflects the ambitions and hopes of the people and students of Afghanistan. This plan has been developed in the light of the results achieved and lessons learned from the implementation of NESP (1385/2006)-1389/2010). The plan is structured around five priority programmes designed to enable the Ministry of Education to achieve the main objectives of the education system and contribute to the economic and socio-cultural development of the country, as well as its political stability and security.
Our vision is to develop human capital based on Islamic principles, national and international commitments and respect for human rights by providing equitable access to quality education for all to enable them to actively participate in sustainable development, economic growth, and stability and security of Afghanistan. To do this the Ministry must evolve into a modern, effective, fully funded and accountable public institution that facilitates education opportunities for children and adults, without discrimination, across Afghanistan.
The goals set out in this strategic plan were established in order to keep the education system on track toward achieving the Afghanistan Millennium Development Goals for 1399 (2020) and the Ministry’s longer-term objectives. By 1399 (2020):
1 Islamic studies institutes (grade 13-14)
2 Islamic studies schools (grade 7-12)
3 Schools/centers for memorizing holy Quran (grade 1-12)