kabul blind school

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Even though established in 1964, in 2013 is still the only facility of a kind for visually impaired children and teenagers around the country. The school provide not only normal curriculum including general and Islamic education but also provide vocational training which should help students to find their active role in society. 150 students attend lessons on daily basis, among which are 65 girls. The youngest is 6 years old.