Head of the Ministry of Education Sheikh Al-Hadith and commentator Noorullah Munir
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Alhaj Maulvi Habibullah Agha, Acting Minister of Education
Meeting with Mohammad Ivia, the head of UNICEF for Afghanistan and the Acting Minister of Education
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On behalf of the Ministry of Education of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, I would like to extend my heartfelt greetings on the special occasion of Eid-Ul-adha.
May we celebrate. . .
The 1st High Level Donor Coordination Meeting on curriculum reform was successfully conducted at Sindokht Kabuli Conference Room, Office of the Minister, Ministry of Education
The main objective of this meeting was to improve collaborative platform through consolidating coordination efficiency related to curriculum reform program in Afghanistan. The meeting. . .
Ph.D. Mirwais Balkhi emphasized the role of the Ministry of Education in national cohesion and unity
The head of the Ministry of Education said: Ministry of Education is one of the most important . . .
Senior Technical Specialist Tools & Material Development and
The Tools and Material Development and Quality Assurance Senior Technical Specialist holds key
Senior Technical Specialist School Mapping System developmen
The most important aspect of the planning in CBE is related to the location of the CBE classes. The process of location planning in education is called “School Mapping’. It is the dynamic process of identifying logically and systematically the untouched and hard to reach communities and sites where educational facilities provided in the plan are to be located. It requires systematic effort designed to locate educational facilities in such a manner that targeted age groups of the population are able to use facilities to their maximum advantages. A comprehensive system is required at central and provincial level for School mapping which can help us identify school locations for CBE. Such a system has to be maintained, and its data has to be kept updated and validated on regular basis. School mapping system shall also be integrated with central systems of MoE to have a unied system.
PCOs’ Team Leader by Ministry of Education (MoE) in Kabul
The PCO Team Leader is to develop and maintain a network of Provincial Coordination Ocers (PCOs) for CBE program that is responsible to implement, monitor and support Community-based Education (CBE) component of EQRA at provincial level. PCOs will not only be responsible for the successful implementation of the CBE component of the EQRA project but also assist the General Education Departments at the provincial level to strengthen their capacity in ensuring improved delivery of educational services and will also act as facilitators/supporters to other components of the EQRA project that are to be implemented within the jurisdiction of GED like Early Childhood Education (ECE), Coaching and Mentoring, Data quality improvement and teachers’ performance.
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Consultancy Services for the assignment (Enhancement & Integration of MoE/Payroll-MIS System)
The Ministry of Education of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has received financing . . .
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U.S., Afghan Governments Launch Program to Give Students Access to Learning Materials
Today, U.S. Embassy Special Chargé d’Affaires Ambassador Hugo Llorens and Chief Executive of Afghanistan, His Excellency Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, launched the Second Textbook Printing and Distribution Project.
Thousands of books donated to Ministry of Education
KABUL: Deputy Minister on Youth Affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture, Dr. Kamal Sadat handed over 8000 books donated by the ministry’s Public Libraries directorate to the Ministry of Education here yesterday, BNA reported.
Dr Farooq Wardak interview with aljazeera
Afghanistan is a country ravaged by war, poverty and internal conflict, but there is one success story the country likes to point out, its education system. Since the Taliban was driven from power in 2001, the Afghan education ministry says the number of students have risen by nearly 110 percent.