The Organization of Islamic Cooperation has said that the delegation of Islamic scholars of this organization, in talks with the Acting Ministers of Education and Higher Education of the Islamic Emirate, emphasized the need for all efforts to provide girls and boys with access to all levels of education and expertise needed by the people of Afghanistan....
The spokesperson of the United Nations Secretary General said that in cooperation with the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United Nations Population Fund, midwifery and nursing training will be provided for Afghan women and girls in Iran.
On the second anniversary of the return to power of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), deputy foreign minister for political affairs, said that, education is the right of men and women, but states religious scholars have different opinions.
The daughters of some ministers of the Islamic Emirate are studying in foreign universities and getting an education while the doors of education are closed to the girls of the public. Sirajul Haq, Chief of Pakistan’s Islamist political party Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) said.
In a message on the occasion of World Education Day, the Secretary General of the United Nations has asked the Islamic Emirate to withdraw its decision to ban women from going to schools and universities in Afghanistan.