Building Schools in Afghanistan - Qowaye Chahar Zarehdar High School, Herat
Independent Films, Interviews, Documentaries
In August 2012, Film Annex and CITADEL Software Company finished the construction of the fourth Internet classroom at the Qowaye Chahar Zarehdar School, connecting 2,250 students to the world wide web. In this video, you'll get to watch the daily life at the Qowaye Chahar Zarehdar School and see how classes are taught. The video provides an insightful glimpse into the lives of young female students who are eager to learn.
Qowaye Chahar Zarehdar School is located 9 kilometers away from the city of Herat, Afghanistan, near the Isaq Sulaiman village. Established in 1983, the school started off with 4 classes and 200 students in a small garden donated by locals. The school now has 45 classes and about 2,250 female students and 45 teachers.
Visit the Afghan Development Initiative and the Afghan Development Web TV for more information.
Year of Production: 2012
Country: United States