A teacher has provided children with the opportunity to get an education by creating a "Mobile School" in Kabul.
Wazir Khan is the founder of the "Mobile School" in Kabul and said that he does this work with the aim of providing education for children who are left out of education.
“You can see that most of these children are girls and children with disabilities, and these students have never gone to schools before today and it’s their first time that they attended school, in this school elders are also included,” said Wazir Khan, a teacher.
Zergai 12, said that he is concerned about the lack of schools, and he is happy to attend this school.
“I want the school to be organized here, and I want to become a doctor in the future, and it has been six months since this school has been organized,” said Zergai, a student.
“Sometimes there is sun and sometimes rain, and we asked for schools, and we have lots of challenges because we don’t have notebooks and pens,” said Maryam, a student.
Some of the residents asked the Islamic Emirate to provide an opportunity for education for the children who are left out of school or do not have a place to study.
“You can see these children, and look at this sun, in this situation our children are studying here,” said Mamor, a Kabul resident.
“We don’t have a school here, but we are happy for this educational opportunity,” said Nooruddin, a Kabul resident.