In 2012, 304 high school students graduated from AAE schools in 6 provinces. Kabul had 178 graduates. We had 8 graduates in Bamiyan, 18 graduates from Ghazni, 57 graduates from Badakhshan, and 43 graduates from Parwan.
Graduation Ceremony in Kabul – Aid Afghanistan for Education (AAE) held a ceremony on June 6, 2012 in the Ministry of Women’s Affairs to celebrate the graduation of 125 students from its three schools in Kabul. This event was attended by Dr. Husn Banu Ghazanfar, Afghan Minister of Women Affairs, Members of Parliament, dignitaries from civil society organizations and representatives of the international donor agencies.
Graduation Ceremony in Parwan Province
On September 24, 2012, AAE celebrated its 4th round of graduations in Parwan Province. In addition to Founder Hassina Sherjan and Executive Director Ms. Payvand Seyedali, parents of graduates, representatives of the Ministry of Education and local elders of Parwan were residing in the event. In this round of graduations, 43 students of AAE’s Parwan school received graduation diplomas.
Graduation Ceremony in Badakhshan
36 students graduated in the Khash district of Badakhshan on July 9, 2012. This was AAE’s first graduation in Daynow village. Hassina Sherjan traveled to Badakhshan to attend the event. The event was also attended by local officials including the District Governor of Khash. In his speech, Governor Hashim Noorzai praised AAE’s efforts in bringing education to his district. He also emphasized the need for further expansion of AAE activities in the area.