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Establishing University entry Exam courses for Rural Girls in the Cities

Written by:Sameera Haleemzai Establishing University entry Exam courses for Rural Girls in the Cities   Most Afghan students have to pass the university entrance exam for admitting to the...

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The Consequences of Borrowing Money

y   Written by: Naqeeb Ahmad Azizi Sometimes people need to borrow money from their friends or relatives and both sides appoint a time for repaying the many.  Most borrowers try to repay...

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Not Allowing Married Women to Their Fathers’ houses

Written by: Sameera Haleemzai A girl remembers her parents, brothers, sisters and other relatives after her marriage and she goes for their visit after marriage. Some families in Afghanistan prevent...

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Kind Hearts

     Written by: Mir Aqa Etibar Most Afghans enroll their children in government or private schools. literate parents could help their children in school lessons at homes or by sending...

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Improper Stop of Vehicles

   Written by: Naqeeb Ahmad Azizi The number of vehicles is increasing every day especially in the cities of Afghanistan and if the drivers do not obey traffic regulations, it might cause...

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Rights of Female Prisoners

  Written by: Sameera Haleemzai Almost all countries in the world have prisons. When a person commits a crime or does something against the law, after being convicted by the court, he would be...

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Insulting Children

 Written by: Mir Aqa Etebar There are one or more children living in each family. sometimes they quarrel with each other and it causes their parents to insult them. Using unpleasant words to...

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Children and Play

  Written by: Naqeeb Ahmad Azizi Those children who are helping and encouraging by their families to study, are always successful but those whose families do not encourage them to study and not...

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The Dangerous Risks of Illegal Immigration

 Written by: Sameera Haleemzai In recent years, due to different causes, many Afghans immigrate to other countries. Some people, especially youths are immigrating without passport and visa. The...

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Grow mushrooms at Homes

  Written by: Mir Aqa Etibar A number of people in Afghanistan are facing unemployment, poverty, and hunger and this problem urge some youngsters to migrate to other countries in order to earn...

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The Secret of Success in Exam

 Written by: Naqeeb Ahmad Azizi All students wish to succeed in their desirable faculties and the university entry exam plays an important role in this field. Those who are not prepared for this...

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Phone harassment

 Written by: Sameera Haleemzai According to the information provided by the ministry of information technology of Afghanistan, about 23 million sim cards are distributed in this country. Some mobile...

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Road and Pedestrians

     Written by: Mir Aqa Etibar In Afghanistan, more roads and alleys are not paved and if they are paved, they are not standardized. Every year when the winter arrives, rainwater of...

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Fulfill the Promise

  Written by: Naqeeb Ahmad Azizi The people could help each other in their routine works when they trust each other, and if one side loses his/her trust, the confidence might decrease and causes...

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Winter and Mud

 Written by: Samira Haleemzai In the winter, snow falls in most parts of Afghanistan. Snow and rain sometimes cause water accumulation in the alleys and down streets and it causes mud. This issue...

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Carbon Monoxide poisoning during the winter

   Written by: Mir Aqa Etibar  With the arrival of the winter, some residents of cold areas use coal, charcoal and some other fuels to heat their houses but sometimes burning coal and...

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Married Girls and Education Continuation

Written by: Samira Haleemzai In accordance with Article 40, the Constitution of Afghanistan, education is the right of all citizens of Afghanistan, which shall be offered up to the B.A. level in the...

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Precautions During Winter Trips

 Written by: Mir Aaq Etibar It is extremely dangerous to travel to some provinces of Afghanistan without precautionary measures during the winter, especially in cold regions because in some areas...

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Lameness in Cows

 written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi In most villages of Afghanistan, the majority of people are busy in keeping livestock, such as cattle, sheep, and goats, and a number of livestock owners can get...

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capacity Building Courses for Female Teachers in Afghanistan

Written by: Mir Aqa Etebar According to the information provided by Nooria Nuhzat, the spokesperson of the ministry of education of Afghanistan, about 230 thousand teachers teach millions of students....

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Social Welfare Centers in Afghanistan

According to a report, provided by the BBC, about 9 million children go to school from all 15 million children in Afghanistan and more than one million are busy in work for a living or to help their families....

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The Exchange Marriage in Afghanistan

  Written by: Mir Aqa Etibar From ancient time, exchange marriage is common in some provinces of Afghanistan. This kind of marriage creates some problems between the two families who exchange...

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The Students School Transformation

   Writer: Naqib Ahmad Azizi   Due to different reasons some of the families migrate to different parts of the city of provinces. Besides other problems, sometimes they face problems...

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Sheep Pox

    Written by:  Mir Aqa Etibar    Most people in different provinces of Afghanistan are engaged in livestock keeping, even in some mountainous areas where there is no cultivation,...

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Protect Children from Electrical Hazards

  Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi Most urban residents know the use of electric appliances but some rural residents, especially their children are not well aware of the dangers of electricity...

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Returnee girls and their Education

   Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar   Many Afghans have migrated to the neighboring and other countries; work and education facilities are provided for them in the host countries. When they...

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Keeping Medicines out of Children’s Reach

Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi   Sometimes it’s needed to bring some medicines or chemicals to home but we have to keep them in a safe place, otherwise, they might cause some problems for...

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Toxicity in poultry

 Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar   Most rural residents of Afghanistan keep chickens in their homes and as the numbers of their chickens are small, they could take care of them easily but the...

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Accelerated Learning Program for Afghan Girls

: Written by: Ferishta Sahak For a variety of reasons, many girls are deprived of education in Afghanistan but these girls could learn in accelerated learning schools in different parts of Afghanistan....

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Green Raisins

 Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi According to the information provided by the ministry of agriculture of Afghanistan, there are more than 100 types of grapes grown in this country and grapes are...

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Brucellosis

Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar Brucellosis is a common disease of cattle and caused by infection with the bacterium Bruscella abortus which could also cause a disease of humans, known as undulant fever....

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New Married Girls and Literacy Courses

   Written by: Ferishta  Sahak Many Afghan families provide education facilities to their daughters but still we could face some illiterate girls. They get married and are not able to...

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Garbage on the Lanes

written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi  Most lanes of the villages are wider than the cities' but some lanes are narrow and some people compile garbage on the lanes. This issue creates some problems...

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Firecrackers

Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar some children and juveniles are celebrating the victory of Afghan sports teams, Eid, Nowruz and so on with playing explosive materials and the sound of blast created from...

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Girls Education

:   Written by: Ferishta Sahak More than 8 million children are going to schools and girls are included in this number but in some villages, the families do not allow their daughters to continue...

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Bringing Education Documents

     Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi According to the information provided by the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations of Afghanistan, about 5500 refugees return from Pakistan and...

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Education Councils

Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar A council is a group of people who come together to consult, deliberate, or make decisions. Different councils are working in Afghanistan. We had programs on the village council...

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The Education of boys and Girls in Afghanistan

Written by: Ferishta Sahak In these days, most Afghans know the value of education and they want their children to be well educated but in some parts of the country, a number of parents distinguish...

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School Cleanliness on Affects Student Performance

Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi   Each school has a few cleaners but there are a large number of students studying in each school. Keeping clean the whole school by a few cleaners is a hard work...

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Collective Work in Schools of Afghanistan

  Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar According to the information provided by the ministry of education of Afghanistan, about 12000 schools are built or rebuilt from 2002 till now. The windows, doors,...

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Female Teachers in the Villages of Afghanistan

Written by: Ferishta Sahak In the past, most girls were not allowed to go to school and the people were thinking that education is only the right of boys, but in recent years figures show that a large...

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Anger between relatives in Afghanistan

  Written by:     Naqib Ahmad Azizi Most Afghans always live in a peace and they help each other but some minor problems cause anger among some families and relatives. ...

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Growing Soybean in Afghanistan

  Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar In recent years some farmers in Afghanistan cultivate soybean. AEPO’s writer/producer has talked to some farmers and an agriculture expert about soybean...

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Returnees and Their Enrollment in the Schools in Afghanistan

Written by: Ferishta Sahak In recent years, many refugees have returned to their country. Some returnee girls who return in the middle of the education year might face problems during enrollment in...

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How to Solve Enmity among Clans?

  Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi Variety ethnic groups live in Afghanistan. Most of them live in a peaceful environment; help each other and solve the existed problems, but sometimes some minor...

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Taking Brass Knuckles and Knife to School in Afghanistan

  Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar Some students take cold weapons to school which causes serious problems to school’s administration, students and their parents. AEPO’s writer/producer...

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Quarrel for Children in Afghanistan

Written by: Ferishta Sahak   In the rural area of Afghanistan, there are no parks for rest and entertainment of the children, so that they play in the villages grounds or in the alleys. Sometimes...

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Knowing children’s friends in Afghan’s Schools

  Written by: Naqib Ahmad Azizi Friends and friendships are more important to our school-age children. By getting to know the children your child spends time with, you could help your child...

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Supporting Children in Learning Daily Lessons

   Written by: Mir Aqa Atabar Many parents in Afghanistan have the tendency to be their children educated and they enroll them in the school at the age of 6-7. the enrollment of children in...

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The Dangers of Fruits Trees Spraying in Afghanistan

    Written by: Ferishta Sahak   Most rural residents of Afghanistan have fruits gardens and they fulfill their daily necessities from the selling of their gardens products. if...

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