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Afghanistan’s educational system at risk of collapse


Kabul: As 380 days have passed since the Taliban closed schools for Afghan girls, the International Organization of Save the Children says that the education system in Afghanistan is in danger of collapsing.

According to an assessment and analysis of the Save the Children organization, Afghanistan is in the list of countries whose education system is at risk of collapse.

Today this organization published the result of its evaluation and said that among the countries evaluated in 2021, Afghanistan has the highest level of risk, which means that its educational system has not been functioning since the Taliban took control of the country. It has worsened and put the future of children, especially girls, at risk.

After gaining power, the Taliban have deprived girls above the sixth grade from education.

The economic and human crisis has also affected children’s education in Afghanistan and some children have been forced to leave school.

After Afghanistan, the countries of Sudan, Somalia and Mali were placed, whose educational systems are all at high risk.

This organization has said that the climate crisis threatens children’s right to learn, because extreme weather events damage or destroy schools. Also, an increasing number of children are likely to be forced to leave their homes and leave their education behind.

According to this organization, countries with high vulnerability are exposed to risks such as climate change or health crises.

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