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National education strategic plan for Afghanistan, 1385-1389.

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Published by Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Ministry of Education in [Kabul?] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsAfghanistan. Vizārat-i Maʻārif.
The Physical Object
Pagination128 p. :
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16770036M
LC Control Number2007376209

  Described as “terrorist factories”, the South Asian madrasas have become the subject of great controversy since Septem In Afghanistan, people commonly blame Pakistani madrasas for recruiting Afghan youth into militant groups. In response, the Afghan government has initiated a comprehensive reform of the Islamic education sector.   Vision: Innovative education for a knowledge, pioneering, and global society. Mission: Develop an innovative Education System for a knowledge and global competitive society, that includes all age groups to meet future labor market demand, by ensuring quality of the ministry of education outputs, and provision of best services for internal and external customers.

In Afghanistan, the quality of post-conflict education is gradually improving with UNICEF's 'Back to School' programme, underpinned by principles of IE, that has ushered in education for all. Context of reform. Higher education was one of the eight pillars of the Afghan National Development Strategy for – In December , the Afghan Ministry of Higher Education launched the National Higher Education Strategic Plan: –Its two main goals were to improve quality and broaden access to higher education, with an emphasis on gender equity.

  Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Vision. The Afghanistan National Peace and Development Framework is our plan to achieve self-reliance and increase the welfare of our people. Afghanistan’s first-ever National Institute for Educational Planning (NIEP) officially opened its doors in Kabul on 21 April , simultaneously welcoming 44 new trainees and celebrating the graduation of the previous cohort of 48 in a formal ceremony attended by local and international partners. The graduates of the two-year diploma national training programme in educational.


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He Strategic Plan for the Ministry of Education for the period of is the fi rst attempt to collate corporate thinking and assess the current situation and challenges that affect this Ministry’s ability to meet the government's obligations towards education.

The National Strategic Education Plan (/) sets out the policies and objectives of the education system of Afghanistan to be achieved during the next five years.

These policies and objectives have been developed based on the national and international. National Education Strategic Plan for Afghanistan / - draft (NESP II) National Education Strategic Plan for Afghanistan / - draft (NESP II) [Pashto] Afghanistan.

National Education Plans. Afghanistan. Ministry of Education. Dept of Planning and Evaluation. Kabul, Ministry of Education,   National Education Strategic Plan to National Education Strategic Plan to share.

download. Executive Summary. Good achievements but need for more. Since the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has made significant achievements with the support of the Development Partners (DPs) in rebuilding.

English Appeal on Afghanistan about Coordination, Education, Children, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Education National Education Strategic Plan – Report.

Situated within broader national and global Education for All (EFA) targets, the Afghanistan National Education Strategy Paper (NESP) affirms the strategic importance of lifelong learning and literacy by setting the objective of increasing the overall national literacy rate by 50 percent.

WFP is well placed to help Afghanistan implement several of the main recommendations of the strategic review through this country strategic plan. The overarching goal of the plan is to support the country to achieve zero hunger by in a manner that contributes, wherever possible, to the broader, longer-term transition to peace and development.

ANA Afghan National Army ANDS Afghanistan National Development Strategy ANP Afghan National Police ARTF Afghan Reconstruction Trust Fund CAO Control and Audit Office CAREC Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation Organization CDC Community Development Council CFC-A Combined Forces Command-Alpha (Afghanistan) CG Consultative Group.

6 FY –22 Strategic Goals and Strategic Objectives Strategic Goal 1: Support state and local efforts to improve learning outcomes for all P students in every community.

Strategic Objective Increase high-quality educational options and empower students and parents to choose an education that meets their needs. UNICEF’s Strategic Plan, – was conceived in the context of these challenges and opportunities.

With a set of clear, focused goals tied to specific results, and change strategies to achieve them, the Strategic Plan will help us deepen the impact. The Afghanistan National Peace and Development Framework (ANPDF) is a five-year strategic plan for achieving self-reliance. The sustainable development that will help Afghanistan meet its many challenges, bring an end to poverty, and ensure security and stability for our country will take longer than a single generation to realize.

The Afghanistan’s National Action Plan (NAP) on UNSCR women, peace and security is It is a multi‐sectorial plan emphasizing access to education and healthcare services, economic security, political. Afghanistan’s NAP on Women, Peace, and Security 4 Through its Strategic Objectives Plan (‐), the.

The National Education Strategic Plan (NESP) for the period of is the first attempt to comprehensively analyse the situation of education in Timor-Leste.

The NESP identifies challenges that affect the Ministry of Educations (the Ministry) ability to meet the countrys. National Action Plan: Afghanistan In Julythe government of Afghanistan launched its first UNSCR National Action Plan (NAP).

The main agency responsible for development, monitoring and evaluation of the NAP is the Steering Committee headed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Ministry of Education.

National education strategic plan for Afghanistan – Kabul: Ministry of Education. Beanne, J. Curriculum integration. Designing the core of democratic education.

New York: Teachers College Press, Columbia University. Google Scholar. 1 Afghanistan Ministry of Education, National Education Strategic Plan for Afghanistan, (). Learning from Experience Afghanistan case study Community involvement.

Education is a fundamental human right for all people and is particularly critical for children and youth affected by conflict and disasters. A coordinated education response, bringing together all actors – Ministry of Education, UN agencies and NGO’s is an integral in ensuring all children and youth affected by crises in Afghanistan have access to protective education opportunities.

national and sub-national governance and rebuilding our judiciary are also among our most difficult tasks. To meet these challenges, I am pleased to present Afghanistan’s National Development Strategy (ANDS). This strategy has been completed after two years of hard work and extensive consultations around the country.

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This National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan for Afghanistan has been prepared by the National Environmental Protection Agency, with technical and advisory inputs from relevant government agencies, non-governmental organizations, international organizations and user groups at national and provincial levels.

Its purpose is two-fold. Ministry of Education Strategy March - 2 - In Marchthe Ministry of Education completed its five-year National Education Strategic Plan (NESP) which lays out the roadmap for the fulfilment of the iANDS benchmarks, as well as targets in other areas under the Ministry’s mandate.Afghanistan’s first-ever National Institute for Educational Planning (NIEP) officially opened its doors in Kabul on 21 Aprilsimultaneously welcoming 44 new trainees and celebrating the graduation of the previous cohort of 48 in a formal ceremony attended by local and international partners.Education Strategic Plan - Volume 2: Strategies and Work Programme Introduction to Volume 2 Chapters 2 and 3 of Volume 1 of the ESP (Education Strategic Plan – ) presents policy areas, policy objectives, targets and outline strategies that will develop and sustain education in Ghana over the period to