Afghan Voices: Kabul teacher hopes for students' bright future
Updated 20:09, 02-Sep-2021
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Fawziya Arifi, a teacher in Kabul, has spent 42 years in the education sector. She followed her daily routine and went to school to register her attendance, but there was no one else there as the school had closed after the Taliban entered the city two weeks before. Arifi told CGTN Global Stringer that some of her students hope the school will open as soon as possible so they can continue their studies. But Arifi thinks the school will reopen with new regulations and restrictions, especially for female students and teachers. "If their rules and restrictions will not hamper my students in achieving their goals for a bright future, yes, I will definitely continue," Arifi said, expressing her hopes to continue teaching in the city.

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