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Raghistan Residents Build School and Clinic with Personal Funds

Residents of Raghistan district in Badakhshan have constructed a school with classrooms and a medical center with more than six million Afghanis from their personal funds.

The construction of this school and medical center in the village of Dahan Shala, Raghistan district, has addressed the challenges faced by residents of several villages in this district.

Nazrullah, one of the residents, said: "The children here used to study in the open air, under the sun and rain. With the cooperation of the teachers, we were compelled to collect money from the people to build a medical center and this school."

Qutbuddin, another resident, said: "With the cooperation of the district chief, we collected some money from the people and built this school for our children."

The students have found the construction of these classrooms impactful for their education, stating that they used to study under the sun and in the open air.

They are asking the authorities to provide educational materials, desks, and chairs as well for them.

Subhanullah, one of the students, said: "We used to study in a tent. We don't have books or any other educational materials."

Saleemullah, another student, said: "We used to study in a tent, and it would rain. Now that the building is constructed, it has no doors, no windows, no desks, and no books."

The district chief of Raghistan says that in the past nearly three years, more fundamental projects have been carried out in this district using the personal funds of the people.

Hayatullah Mohsin, the district chief of Raghistan, Badakhshan, said: "In the past three years, we have built nearly three to four schools and clinics with the cooperation of the people."

The Badakhshan Directorate of Education stated that still 40 percent of the schools in this province do not have buildings, and students study under tents or in the open air.

Abdul Ghani Abidi, the spokesperson for the Badakhshan Directorate of Education, said: "About 60 percent of the schools have buildings, but in most border districts of Badakhshan such as Khash, Darwaz, Shaki, and Nerkhi, most schools do not have buildings."

Badakhshan, in the northeast of the country, is a province where the residents of its border districts face numerous challenges, including poor roads and a lack of healthcare centers.

Raghistan Residents Build School and Clinic with Personal Funds

The students have found the construction of these classrooms impactful for their education, stating that they used to study under the sun and in the open air.

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Residents of Raghistan district in Badakhshan have constructed a school with classrooms and a medical center with more than six million Afghanis from their personal funds.

The construction of this school and medical center in the village of Dahan Shala, Raghistan district, has addressed the challenges faced by residents of several villages in this district.

Nazrullah, one of the residents, said: "The children here used to study in the open air, under the sun and rain. With the cooperation of the teachers, we were compelled to collect money from the people to build a medical center and this school."

Qutbuddin, another resident, said: "With the cooperation of the district chief, we collected some money from the people and built this school for our children."

The students have found the construction of these classrooms impactful for their education, stating that they used to study under the sun and in the open air.

They are asking the authorities to provide educational materials, desks, and chairs as well for them.

Subhanullah, one of the students, said: "We used to study in a tent. We don't have books or any other educational materials."

Saleemullah, another student, said: "We used to study in a tent, and it would rain. Now that the building is constructed, it has no doors, no windows, no desks, and no books."

The district chief of Raghistan says that in the past nearly three years, more fundamental projects have been carried out in this district using the personal funds of the people.

Hayatullah Mohsin, the district chief of Raghistan, Badakhshan, said: "In the past three years, we have built nearly three to four schools and clinics with the cooperation of the people."

The Badakhshan Directorate of Education stated that still 40 percent of the schools in this province do not have buildings, and students study under tents or in the open air.

Abdul Ghani Abidi, the spokesperson for the Badakhshan Directorate of Education, said: "About 60 percent of the schools have buildings, but in most border districts of Badakhshan such as Khash, Darwaz, Shaki, and Nerkhi, most schools do not have buildings."

Badakhshan, in the northeast of the country, is a province where the residents of its border districts face numerous challenges, including poor roads and a lack of healthcare centers.

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