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  • Reading for Children programme in Sokhcharv Village, GBAO, Tajikistan.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • The Aga Khan Lycée in Khorog, Tajikistan educates more than 950 students from grades 1 to 11 with a graduation rate of above 90 percent.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • The Learning Resource Centres (LRCs) help enhance the learning environment by running workshops that train teachers to make low-cost materials. Roshtkala, GBAO, Tajikistan.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • AKES is working with the Aga Khan Foundation to develop an Early Childhood Development (ECD) strategy for GBAO, Tajikistan.
    AKDN / Jean-Luc Ray
  • School of Professional and Continuing Education (SPCE), UCA’s Town Campus in Khorog, Tajikistan. English language instructor Nigina Noebshoeva uses an activity to energise her students and divide them into pairs for the next assignment.
    AKDN / Mikhail Romanyuk
Education

During the past decade, Tajikistan’s education system has confronted significant challenges, including an exodus of teaching talent and a decline in government funding following the break-up of the Soviet Union. An important part of the country’s development going forward is the establishment of an education system that can help its future leaders develop critical thinking skills, understand the intricacies of the global economy and communicate effectively with the rest of the world. Education will also play an important role in fostering an appreciation for cultural diversity amongst the Tajik people.