Higher education in Afghanistan.

The World Bank has a fascinating article about higher education in Afghanistan:

Key Higher Education Results
•   Student enrollment increased from 8,000 in 2001 to over 100,000 by 2012 in public universities and institutes of higher education.
•   Girls’ enrollment has increased from zero in 2001 to some 19,000 in public universities and institutes of higher education by 2012 (comprising 19% of the total).
•   Female faculty numbers stood at zero in 2001 and increased to 16% of the total faculty number (3,230) by 2012.

About Barbara Dillon Hillas

Mother of global nomads; wife of diplomat; peripatetic lawyer; annotator of foreign service life, rule of law, culture, travel, & whatever strikes my fancy.
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