Japanese organization ready to build 15 schools

KABUL (Agencies): A Japanese aid organization is building fifteen schools in Helmand with all facilities. The provincial, head of education in Helmand, Mawlavi Mohammad Awaad Ansari, said that these new school with all facilities are about to be built at the request of Helmand education department.

The construction of these schools will cost up to one hundred and thirty-five million Afghanis, which will be paid by Japan’s aid organization. Meanwhile, a team of engineers from the Ministry of Education have traveled to Helmand to assess this project to conduct practical.

He said With the construction of these schools, thousands of students will have access to a suitable environment for education.

The construction of these schools will be completed with the end of current solar year 1402.