The Afghanistan Skills Development Project aims to increase access to high-quality vocational education and training in an equitable, efficient, and sustainable way.
Afghanistan has made remarkable development progress in many areas, such as health, education, microfinance, irrigation, rural livelihoods, and public management.
World Bank-funded education projects have increased enrollment, especially for girls; trained teachers and principals; and built more than 1,000 new schools.
The World Bank provides free and open access to a comprehensive set of data about development in countries around the globe, including Afghanistan.
Summarizes the World Bank’s ongoing operations aimed at development in various sectors and job creation in Afghanistan.
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