Last month the computer Learning Center in Kabul held its graduation ceremony. There were forty-two graduates including 36 male and 6 female. The ceremony included demonstrating literacy skills as a brother and sister read the newspaper in Dari and then translated it. Another two students demonstrated creating a database and a calculator in Microsoft Access. They were the youngest students of the class being 13 and 15 years old.
Speakers at the event encouraged the graduates and said, "Education plays an important role in building good character in young people and building a good society. Be a good citizen and take care of the environment and become a messenger for education – if you learn something teach it to another person.:
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