Residents’ Monitoring from schools Construction

 Written by: Mir Aqa Etibar

The school is one of the public places that is built by the government in different parts of the country in accordance with the education law. A number of the residents of the area do not consider their duty to supervise the construction of the school, which might cause problems later.

AEPO’s writer/producer has talked to some people about this issue.

Sediqullah, a resident of Karataz village, Kapisa province says, “A school is built in our area but cannot be used after sometimes, its walls have broken, its paints have been damaged, when it rains, the water comes from the ceilings. Neither the students nor the teachers go to it, because they are afraid of the collapsing of the building.”

Muhammad Naseem says “In our area, a school building work was progressing slowly. When they constructed the building, it doesn’t have windows, and doors and its ceiling has a cracked. You will afraid if you inter the classroom.”

How people solve this problem?

Ahmad Zabih, a resident of Cheheldukhtaran village, Chaharasiab district, and Kabul province says, “A company signed an contract to construct the building of school in our area. Our village continually monitoring the works of the company. After the completion of the project, there are some small issues that we shared with the company and with the educational department. The company promised to solve them.”

Huma Abdali, a resident of Mazar-e-Sharif city, Balkh province says, “I am a member of our village council. We got some fund. The council decided to build some classrooms in the girls’ school. a month before they started to build the classes. I always supervise work progress, if there is any issue, I share it with the village council and the village council tries to solve the issue in a short time.”