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Calls for Schools in Remote Jazeera-e-Torpi, Kunduz

Residents of Jazeera-e-Torpi in Imam Sahib district, Kunduz, are calling for educational opportunities for their children.

They say that around 1,200 families live in this area, but there are no formal schools.

Jazeera-e-Torpi is a border area in Imam Sahib district, Kunduz, located along the border between Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

Baz Muhammad Hanafi, one of the residents, said: “There are 1,200 families living on Jazeera-e-Torpi. The people are deprived of school education. Our request to the senior officials of the Department of Education is to pay serious attention to Jazeera-e-Torpi. There is no primary school, no middle school, and no high school. There are only local classes that come to us for five or six months.”

Omar Sayed, another resident, added: “There is no school at all, neither primary nor formal. A formal school must be built for us so our children can learn something.”

The Kunduz Department of Education, however, pledged that they will address the residents' demands.

Hizbullah, the head of Kunduz's Department of Education, said: “Imam Sahib is one of the most populous districts. The area you mentioned is deprived and situated between two rivers. Their children have been deprived of education. We have started efforts to establish two or three formal primary schools to solve their problem.”

Previously, residents of other remote areas in Kunduz called for addressing health, educational challenges, and the implementation of development projects in their regions.

Calls for Schools in Remote Jazeera-e-Torpi, Kunduz

Jazeera-e-Torpi is a border area in Imam Sahib district, Kunduz, located along the border between Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

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Residents of Jazeera-e-Torpi in Imam Sahib district, Kunduz, are calling for educational opportunities for their children.

They say that around 1,200 families live in this area, but there are no formal schools.

Jazeera-e-Torpi is a border area in Imam Sahib district, Kunduz, located along the border between Afghanistan and Tajikistan.

Baz Muhammad Hanafi, one of the residents, said: “There are 1,200 families living on Jazeera-e-Torpi. The people are deprived of school education. Our request to the senior officials of the Department of Education is to pay serious attention to Jazeera-e-Torpi. There is no primary school, no middle school, and no high school. There are only local classes that come to us for five or six months.”

Omar Sayed, another resident, added: “There is no school at all, neither primary nor formal. A formal school must be built for us so our children can learn something.”

The Kunduz Department of Education, however, pledged that they will address the residents' demands.

Hizbullah, the head of Kunduz's Department of Education, said: “Imam Sahib is one of the most populous districts. The area you mentioned is deprived and situated between two rivers. Their children have been deprived of education. We have started efforts to establish two or three formal primary schools to solve their problem.”

Previously, residents of other remote areas in Kunduz called for addressing health, educational challenges, and the implementation of development projects in their regions.

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