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Afghanistan: Students & their families call for reopening of girls’ schools

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SHAFAQNA- A number of female students and their families on Saturday (18 Mar 2023) called on Taleban to reopen secondary schools for girls as they remain closed for the past 544 days.

The students said they are faced with “psychological problems” due to being deprived of schooling for over a year. “We ask Taleban to reopen our schools so that we can get educated,” said Fariba, a student. “We want to continue our education. My family and I are sad about the closure of our schools,” said Khadija, a student.

Families of the students said they are concerned about the future of their children. They also called on Islamic Emirate to reopen schools for their daughters.

Source: tolonews

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