Sustainable Education in Hatifi high School

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The school is getting ready for the semi-test examinations. The teachers and the educational manager attended in a meeting to evaluate the preparation of the school for the upcoming exams. The teachers prepared the timetables of the exams and distributed to the students.

During the last week the exams of the first grade up to sixth grade started, and from sixth to twelfth class will start their exams next week.


The computer class students practiced their lessons and were active in social media. In these weeks they are mostly working with social media to learn and get the real impact and use of social media in their daily life.

Computer teachers are trying to use simple ways to shows the real meaning of social media to the students and how they can work it daily and share their ideas through that.

Film Annex and Women’s Annex provide these all opportunities for Afghan students for sustainable education in Afghanistan.

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Established in 1938, Hatifi High School is one of the largest schools in Herat, Afghanistan and has 8300 students. The students attend the classes in rotations. The school offers 116 classes only for female students. Film Annex and Citadel are building an INTERNET classroom at Hatifi High School in June…

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