[Virtual Panel] Afghanistan’s Primary Education Sector: Lessons Learned, Challenges & Opportunities
Efforts to reform Afghanistan’s early grade education system have brought more and better learning opportunities to millions of children. Despite these significant advancements, the country faces considerable work to make it more accessible and inclusive. In this virtual event, a panel of experts reflect on lessons learned and challenges for high-quality, sustainable primary education and early grade reading in Afghanistan. This panel took place on Feb. 23, 2021.
Moderator: Shafialhuq Rahimi, Deputy Chief of Party, Afghan Children Read, Kabul
Dr. Ghani Amin, Ministry of Education, Government of Afghanistan, Kabul
Aurore Dorelien, Basic Education Team Lead, USAID Education Office, Kabul
Ghazala Mehmood Syed, Specialist, Education in Emergency, World Bank, Kabul
Susan Hirsch-Ayari, Project Director, Afghan Children Read, Washington, D.C.