The Islamic Emirate's Ministry of Education said that the citizens of the country are facing a shortage of school buildings and teachers in the villages.
The Director of Madrasas and Dar Al-Hafaz for the Ministry, Abdul Razaq Seddiqi, believes that it is the duty of Islamic Emirate officials to provide education, and that society cannot advance without knowledge.
"The problem is the lack of teachers. Ever since the Russian invasion, in some areas of the country, there are no schools,” Seddiqi noted.
"In many parts of Afghanistan, there are no schools and school buildings; and the other issue that people are facing is the shortage of teachers,” said Abdullah Sarhadi, the governor of Bamiyan province.
The governor of the province of Ghazni, Mohammad Amin Omari, urged donor organizations to address the issue of teacher shortages and to help build schools in the province.
More than 35 schools in the province of Panjshir lack buildings, according to information provided by Abdul Matin Azam, head of the governor's office.
"There are more than 35 schools in Panjshir that are in private houses and are rented by the Ministry of Education," Azam said.
Meanwhile, the officials of a charitable foundation said they are willing to work with people in the areas of agriculture, health care, and education.
"We will build one school in every province of the country's 34 provinces that will have all the facilities,” said Ahmad Khalid Suleimankhil, engineer of Mohammad Qais Arghandiwal Charitable Foundation.