Improving Afghanistan Education System by Technology

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One of the big wishes of all afghan students is to familiarize with all new technologies in the world to contest with other students in foreign countries.

Most of Afghanistan schools are learning theory and they don’t have facility to learn the children and students practically and it really makes lessons hard to understand and boring for students.

Most of the schools are asking from different organization to provide facilities for them and they are always searching for a way to help their students and utilize their knowledge’s.


Today Film Annex an American-Italian Company help most of school and students in Afghanistan by providing facilities for them and learning them with Information technology which is really necessary for Afghan students.

We hope that other companies and organizations are also helping Afghan student through education and providing facilities for them.

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The Houz-e-Karbas High School was founded in 1962 in Afghanistan. The all-girls school has approximately 4000 students, 92 teachers, 5 senior teachers, one education manager, and one administrator. Many classes are taught in tents. Film Annex built the first Internet classroom at the Houz-e-Karbas High School in May, 2012.

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