A new school will be built in the Khas Kunar district of Kunar (an eastern province in Afghanistan), which is great news for all those Afghans trying to improve their quality of life. Hamed Wardak, for example, is always seeking to help the people of Afghanistan and news like this is definitely a step in the right direction. Wardak founded the Campaign for a US-Afghanistan Partnership (CUSAP) with just this kind of work in mind.
The opening ceremony of the school was attended by the province’s governor Fazlullah Wahidi, community leaders, education officials, students and teachers. It took six months for the building to be constructed at a cost of $264,000. The building will house ten classrooms (with 160 2-person tables and chairs), four administrative rooms, and five bathrooms as well as a surrounding well.