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KABUL, Jan. 07 – Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the administrative Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, took part in the workshop titled “Better Coordination of Affairs for Provincial Heads of Education” organized by the Ministry of Education. During the workshop, the administrative Deputy PM expressed gratitude to the leadership and officials of […]
KABUL, Jan. 07 – Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi, the administrative Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, took part in the workshop titled “Better Coordination of Affairs for Provincial Heads of Education” organized by the Ministry of Education.
During the workshop, the administrative Deputy PM expressed gratitude to the leadership and officials of the Ministry of Education for organizing such an important event, stressing the significance of workshops for exchanging experiences and fostering introductions among emirate officials to enhance their capacity.
Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi emphasized that the establishment of the Islamic system was a long-standing demand of the Afghan people, achieved through countless sacrifices. He highlighted the crucial social, economic, and cultural responsibilities of officials towards the system and the Afghan nation. According to the established principles, one of these responsibilities is the obedience of subordinates to superiors. He stated that it is the duty of officials to treat their subordinates with compassion and mercy, while also demonstrating kindness and compassion towards the Afghan nation and visiters, conducting their work with Islamic values and good morals.
Praising the efforts of education officials in both central and provincial areas, the administrative deputy PM stated that the Islamic Emirate considers it its responsibility to ensure fair access to education across the country. This commitment aims to enable children from all regions to attend madrasahs and schools, rectifying the shortcomings of the education and training sectors from the past.
Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi highlighted that the primary, middle, and high school periods are the foundation of education, expressing concern that this aspect had received insufficient attention in terms of quantity and quality in the past. He acknowledged the presence of fictitious schools, teachers, and students as examples of these shortcomings. However, he assured that the Islamic Emirate is dedicated to improving education and training both quantitatively and qualitatively, including the reform of the educational curriculum. The administrative assistant praised the commitment of education officials in the country and their earnest efforts in this regard.
Mawlawi Abdul Salam Hanafi stressed that the education and training of the country’s children is a significant duty of the Islamic Emirate’s officials. He urged them to strive to educate and train children with an Islamic spirit.
Recognizing the importance of modern science for society, he emphasized the need for officials to teach these sciences alongside Islamic principles. He stated that learning modern science without the Islamic spirit is incomplete and fails to train individuals effectively, as has been the case in the past.
Concluding his speech, Mr. Hanafi noted that many educated and talented individuals have returned to the country from various nations. He urged the officials of the Ministry of Education to utilize their skills and talents, providing employment opportunities while also benefiting the education and training of the country’s children.
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