Afghanistan Center for Excellence | AKF – Girls in Science (Baghlan)
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AKF – Girls in Science (Baghlan)

The Agha Khan Foundation – Afghanistan (AKF-A) contracted ACE a portion of its three years project on girls’ education that mandates to attract girl students interest in science by establishing a number of science clubs in 13 schools of Baghlan province.

Under this contract, ACE in responsible to achieve below deliverables:


  • Develop a Student Club Handbook
  • Develop Inter-School Competition (Olympiad) activity guide and training manual
  • Conduct a Training of Trainers (ToT) on the Student Club Handbook and Inter-School Competition activity guide to AKF-A staff, district level government, supervisors/educators, and government school science teachers and educators.
  • Currently, the schools and students’ assessment in Baghlan is completed and the development of student club handbook and Inter-School Competition guide is underway.
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