Education is instrumental in promoting women’s status and eliminating harmful cultural practices and illiteracy impedes women to acquire knowledge on matters related to their empowerment.  Moreover, their meager knowledge makes them vulnerable and puts them at risk and problems. Experience has proved that a lower level of education among women is clearly correlated to a higher rate of fertility and maternal and infant mortality. To impart access to education for Afghan males and females TEST-O has implemented the following.

  • Literacy and Numeracy Training for 240 Males and Female prisoners at Mazar-e-Sharif prison, Bulkh Province Afghanistan. The project is funded by UNODC
  • Recently TEST-O has been awarded vocational training (tinsmith) and literacy training of 40 male in Qarabagh district of Ghazni province from PRT
  • Recently TEST-O has been awarded vocational training (Auto mechanic) and literacy training for 120 males in Andar district of Ghazni province from PRT
  • TEST-O implemented four projects joint with vocational training in 2012-2014.
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