The officials of Farah's Department of Education said the Islamic Emirate is working on a plan to offer free transportation services for female students.
Girls' schools will reopen following the completion of this plan, according to Akhtar Mohammad Zaeam, director of Farah's education department.
"Conversations are taking place about the funds to provide transportation for them and their teachers. Female students in secondary and high school will be permitted to attend school after this issue is handled,” the director said.
Some of Farah's female students who were prevented from attending school took to sewing classes and asked the Islamic Emirate to reopen schools as soon as possible.
"I've come here and started sewing and I thank those who help us,” said Najiba, a student.
"I was having a lot of mental issues and ever since I came here for sewing I've started to feel a little better,” said Ferishta, another student.
Meanwhile, women's rights activists warn of the consequences of closing schools for girls above sixth grade.
"Female students should be permitted to attend school since they make up half of society, if we want the country to advance,” said Setara, another women’s rights activist.
This comes as Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, said in a meeting in Turkey last week that secondary schools for girls will be reopened.