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EAA comdemns attack at practice exams in Kabul

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Education Above All Foundation is shocked and strongly condemns today's attack on a Kabul education center which killed at least 19 people left many more injured.  Students were reportedly taking a practice university exam when the attack took place.

Attacks on students, teachers and education facilities are unacceptable.  Such attacks not only destroy lives, they also obstruct the development and prosperity of countries as a whole.

EAA is working to ensure that all Afghan students are able to access education, irrespective of their circumstances.  Last week EAA and its partners welcomed the first cohort of  the landmark Qatar Afghan Scholarship Project (QASP), which will see 250 Afghan students secure a path to study at higher education institutes in the United States.

EAA calls on all parties to fully implement United Nations Security Council Resolution 2601, which requires all parties to armed conflict to safeguard education for all and ensure that schools are protected spaces, and emphasises the special vulnerability of refugees who need access to quality education.

For more information:

Carly Walsh
Media Specialist
Education Above All
Mobile: +974 6602 5166


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