According to the union, the deteriorating economic situation of the families is the main reason for the closure of these educational centers.

Published: November 29, 2021 4:03 PM |

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KABUL: Over 50 percent of private education centers across Afghanistan have been closed in the past three months since the Taliban came to power, local media reported, citing the Union of Private Education Centers.

Loud The union is the worsening economic situation of the families the main reason for the closure of these educational centers.

“Given the changes in Afghanistan, many educational institutions – 40 to 50 percent – have ceased their activities. The reason for this was the low number of students in the educational centers.” said Sanjar Khalid, chairman of the union.

“We still hope to study to become a person who can serve our country,” said student Shabana Habib Yar, according to Tolo News.

” We have lost motivation to take classes because it is still unclear whether we will go to school next year or not, “says student Najia Sarwary.

Mohammad Arif Jamal, the L One of the private education centers in western Kabul said that the number of students had decreased by 60 percent in the last three months compared to the previous months.

“After the fall of the government and the seizure of power by the Islamic emirate, the Number of students back, especially female students, “he said.

Last year, 200,000 students from 34 provinces took the college entrance exams. When the Islamic emirate came to power, girls were banned from attending grades 7-12 in many provinces of the country, reported TOLO News.

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