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  • Since 2008, AKDN has worked to improve education for girls and women in 24 districts in four provinces. Using a collaborative “whole school improvement” approach, AKDN and its partners increased enrolments and kept girls in school by improving the quality of facilities and teaching.
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  • In 2008, in partnership with the Governments of Afghanistan and Canada, AKF started the Girls’ Education Support Programme (GESP) in several remote provinces of Afghanistan: Badakhshan, Bamyan, Baghlan and Parwan.
    AKDN / Kapila Productions
  • In 2008, in partnership with the Governments of Afghanistan and Canada, AKF started the Girls’ Education Support Programme (GESP) in several remote provinces of Afghanistan: Badakhshan, Bamyan, Baghlan and Parwan.
    AKDN / Kapila Productions
  • In 2008, in partnership with the Governments of Afghanistan and Canada, AKF started the Girls’ Education Support Programme (GESP) in several remote provinces of Afghanistan: Badakhshan, Bamyan, Baghlan and Parwan.
    AKDN / Kapila Productions
  • In 2008, in partnership with the Governments of Afghanistan and Canada, AKF started the Girls’ Education Support Programme (GESP) in several remote provinces of Afghanistan: Badakhshan, Bamyan, Baghlan and Parwan.
    AKDN / Kapila Productions
Education

AKDN is engaged at all levels of education, from Early Childhood Development through to University. In Afghanistan, nearly 250,000 students and 7,000 teachers benefit from AKDN education activities. The Network works to support the Ministry of Education’s National Education Strategic Plan, paying special attention to female pupils and teachers.