Achieved Date
1848days in power
number of days to accomplish
Provide a semi-education program for Youth deprived of education
Human Rights
Thursday, 13 August 2015
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2015
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Promise Background
As a result of multiple decades of war and instability in Afghanistan, youth education has substantially suffered. While youth are estimated to be 60% of Afghanistan's population, a significant lack of education has disempowered youth politically and economically which has left them unable to effectively contribute to Afghan society and fully participate in decision-making processes of the country and their communities. As part of his pre-election campaign, President Ghani committed to the development of a special program that is based on international experiments and best practices to ensure that youth deprived of education are semi-educated under this initiative.

Indicators to Measure Progress
  • 1. Policies, procedures and budget for the youth special education program developed and established
  • 2. Youth special education program started
  • 3. Youth deprived of education engaged in the special semi-education program

No official reports on progress towards this promise have been recorded.