Lack of buildings are a main challenge for students in Logar.
Teachers and students say that the lack of buildings and standard classrooms cause various challenges.
“Our classes are tight and small and not enough for all of us, when it rains we cannot study on those days,” said Mohammad Ismail, a student.
Meanwhile, some teachers in the province said that from past years until now more students have learned outdoors under the scorching sun and that is one of big problems for education in the province.
"It's been ten years that we are faced with these challenges and we don’t have standard classes and buildings, and it’s been ten years that we are in a rental location,” Said Nasrat Ullah Nasrat, principal of Pashtun Abad primary school.
Some residents and students of Logar said the problem is serious and asked the government to repair the school’s buildings to improve and strengthen education.
We ask the government to make buildings and standard classes, and another problem is the lack of books, and for students we ask them to solve it,” said Mujahid Zahid, a teacher.
“With the help of parents' personal money, we bought land that cost 650,000 Afs and gave it to the Department of Education,” said Haji Qutbuddin, a tribal elder.
On the other hand, officials of the education department of Logar province acknowledged there were challenges and said that from the collection of 275 schools, 90 of them do not have standard buildings and hundreds of them need to be rebuilt.
“We talk about solutions for the challenges with the aid agency and the head of of the Education Ministry to solve problems in the near future,” Said Mawlawe Jannat Gul, chief of the education department of Logar province.