Archives for posts with tag: Herat

Blog Report: THIRSTY FOR NEW AFGHANISTAN  GEO-POLITICAL PERSPECTIVE, By Ambassador Mo
Afghanistan & Iran share more than just a long border. The populations on 2 sides of border, particularly Herat, Afghanistan are linked by history, language, culture & Shia Islamic religion. Many Afghanis from the western part of the country spent years as refugees in large Iran centers as consequence of Soviet occupation & Taliban Rule.  Many were educated in Iran, particularly young women. –More–
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Watch Film Report: FILM ANNEX CLASSROOM AT BAGHNAZARGAH SCHOOL, HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
On April 25th, 2012, Film Annex & Citadel Software Company built the first internet classroom at Baghnazargah School in Herat, Afghanistan. The students we excited to have access to the Internet through brand new computers & get connected to the world. The classroom’s official opening was celebrated by government officials and the school’s administration.
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Watch Film Report: Classroom Renovation at Baghnazargah School, Herat – The Afghan Development Project
Film Annex is currently building a new classroom at the school, where brand new computers will be placed & free internet connection will be provided. The construction is part of the Afghan Development Project sponsored by Film Annex & Citadel Software Company. Stayed tuned for the upcoming videos, where we will show the computer installation process & interviews with the Afghanistan team. –Watch–
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Watch Film Report: BAGHNAZARGAH SCHOOL IN HERAT, AFGHANISTAN
Film Annex’s production crew in Afghanistan documents an ordinary day at Baghnazargah School, which is 5 kilometers away from Herat. The school was established in 1989. In this video, we get a glimpse into the lives of female students, what they do in classrooms, how they play and exercise outdoors, and what the school’s condition is. –WATCH–
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Blog Report: MORE GIRLS IN TECHNOLOGY – BUT HOW? By Ambassador Mo
“Over the coming decade, there are expected to be two million more information & communications technology (ICT) jobs than there are professionals to fill them. This is an extraordinary opportunity for girls & young women – in a world where there are over 70 million unemployed young people,” according to ITU Secretary-General, Hamadoun Touré. –More–
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