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Afghan Refugees Teachers’ Profile Database, NWFP & Baluchistan

In the changed scenario of a new Afghanistan, where massive work of rehabilitation and reconstruction is underway, education has become one of the priorities of the Afghan Government as well as that of the donor agencies. In 20 years of living as refugees in Pakistan, Afghans refugee schools are still following the same educational system

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Needs inside Afghanistan

Afghanistan will be faced with a shortage of 40,000 teachers in the new academic year which begins in March-April 2003. The exact academic qualifications of the teachers and the details of the available training facilities inside Afghanistan are not known. Nearly 5,000 Afghan trained teachers from North West Frontier Province (NWFP) and Baluchistan refugee camps

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Study on Peace Education

Impact of Peace Messages in Formal, Non-Formal Education and Community Participation. by MIS/M&E Unit, BEFARe Introduction GTZ-BEFARe has been imparting formal and non-formal education programs to Afghan refugees in various camps in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan. Education is considered as a fundamental need in bringing harmony and promoting peace. This study was

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