Kabul – The technical and vocational training project has been launched to teach handicrafts making in Baghlan province.
Under this program, 500 girls and boys in the province will be included in a training course in various sections of handicrafts making.
The training course worth $74 thousand dollars was inaugurated in the Pol-e-Khomri city, the capital of Baghlan province today (Tuesday, January 11), according to the authorities of the project in Baghlan.
In the project, it is scheduled that 500 students, including 350 girls and 150 boys will receive vocational training in the fields of tailoring, leather embroidery, and embroidery.
In addition to the above fields, students can be trained in other areas such as car technique and plumbing.
In addition to the main budget, 71,000 afghanis will be paid to students over a seven-month period, project authorities say.
However, many women are happy with the program, saying the Taliban should provide educational and employment opportunities for women and not deprive them of the right to education and work.
It is worth mentioning that the training program is funded by the World Food Program (WFP) and implemented by the Afghanistan Social Improvement Organization (ASIO) in three districts of Pol-e-Khomri city, the capital of Baghlan province, for a period of six months.