Peshawar: A primary level school for boys and girls has constructed with financial assistance of government of Japan in village Kadam, Khyber Agency.
The honorary Consul General of Japan in Peshawar, Nawabzada Fazal Karim Afridi formally inaugurated the school in a ceremony held at the village Kadam, Khyber Agency, which was attended by elders, teachers, and parents of the area. The Consul General visited to newly constructed building of schools and met with students and conveyed a message of Ambassador of Japan in Pakistan.
The Government of Japan had extended a grant of Rs.7million for construction of school under it’s the Learning and Motivation Program LAMP. More than six schools have so far been constructed with financial assistance of Japan in various parts the agency.
Fazal Karim Afridi while reading out a message of Ambassador of Japan in Islamabad said that the foreign mission has determined to promote education in tribal region, particularly increase literacy ratio of female in the Khyber Agency.
“The education is paramount for development and progress of the country, despite that a good number of children, especially girls were deprived from right to education due inadequate schools in the Pakistan, he said while quoted the message of Envoy.
The school principal, Hassan Afridi and Mohammad Usman have extended special gratitude to government of Japan on behalf of locals of the area. They stressed the need for taking steps promotion of girls’ education in the tribal region.