Economic issues in Khost province of Afghanistan

by Sami Burgaz

KHOST, AFGHANISTAN – OCTOBER 04: Students study over a carpet on watch of a man in Khost province of Afganistan on October 04, 2021. After the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan, many government officials lost their jobs and became unemployed. Many government employees have dropped their children out of private schools due to economic difficulties. Sawab Din, a resident of Tani district in Khost province, says he worked for a government agency under President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and received enough money to pay for his three sons’ school fees, but now that the Taliban have come to power, they have expelled all three of their children from private schools due to economic difficulties.


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