Afghanistan has developed a lot in recent years, especially in the field of education. This means that it will likely lead to an improved quality of life for the people since the better educated they are, the more job opportunities they are likely to receive. Such advancement is exactly the kind of activity Hamed Wardak tries to achieve to make life easier and better for Afghans. Just a couple of weeks ago, in an unprecedented move, Khost, the country’s eastern province officially opened its doors to the Pamir Institute which is the first one of its kind in the province. Until now it has never had a place offering private higher education. Founded by Profesor Syed Karim Shah Nekmal, the school is to “offer higher education in computer science, language and literature as well as economics.”
As well, there are to be two school buildings constructed in Kapisa, an eastern province of Afghanistan marked by a foundation stone laying ceremony. The Allah Mohammad Shaheed High School will have six classrooms and one administrative room and the Qari Mir Asman High School will have eight classrooms and four administrative rooms.