Skills Development in Afghanistan

Date: 08 September 2018
The University of Central Asia's (UCA) School of Professional and Continuing Education graduated 178 learners (48% women) in Ishkashim and Zebak, Afghanistan in August, bringing SPCE graduates in Afghanistan to over 6,000 since 2014. Students were awarded with certificates in elementary and pre-intermediate conversational English.


Dilovar Butabekov, Deputy Director of SPCE Afghanistan and Tajikistan presents certificate of achievement in elementary conversational English to Lebna Amini.
“I really appreciate all the programmes and services offered by UCA’s SPCE in Afghanistan,” said Namdar Khan Khaled, Governor of Ishkashim District. “Last year SPCE’s programmes were extended, and as a result, it is now offering new mental math and gender responsive learning environment programmes. We are looking forward to continued expansion of SPCE’s progammes.”

The ceremony in Ishkashim was conducted jointly with the Aga Khan Education Services, Afghanistan.
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