By Valentina Di Felice - Head of Impact and Learning
In the first quarter of 2022, we have decided to strategically wait for secondary schools for girls to reopen so that restarting our activities will happen smoothly and without any security problems.
The Taliban regime has announced that secondary education for girls will resume with the new academic year (in Afghanistan this runs from the end March to November) and we are impatient to restart soon our Girls Can Code program in our four partner schools in Kabul.
Meanwhile we continued to support our core team so that they can face the challenges of this cold winter and provide for their extended families.
We also continued our support to 12 university students given that most of them are enrolled in private Universities that stayed open since October 2021.
Finally we are taking an active role in local NGOs tables of discussions and meetings with government representatives to ensure a positive dialogue with Institutions once we resume activities.
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