َWe printed the first colorful teaching materials like Alphabet Charts, Digits and Alphabet reusable tracing paper boards and Pashto workbook.
Unmatched efforts to cooperate with the Ministry of Education. Cartoon scientists in collaboration with the Ministry of Education in learning have devised an artwork. Click here to see.
After failed efforts to receive the cooperation of the radio and television in public and private sectors. In 2010 for Liwal Distance School, The beginning of the Pashto TV channel by Mr. Noor Rahman Liwal was set in place.
Liwal Distance School win Manthan Special Award in India for broadcasting e-education and learning via Pashto TV in south Asia.
New Liwal School App 3.2 released
Gulf Newspaper publishes that school broadcasted through Pashto TV is a revolutionary initiative in learning. 'Classroom of the future could be missing one important element the teacher. One Company is taking that revolution further by doing away with schools, classrooms, and teachers, Afghanistan based Pashto TV beams lesson straight to your TV."
Pashto TV and Liwal Distance School, received Eutelsat Special Award, 2012. The award ceremony was venice, italy, 2012. The award was received by Mr. Noor Rahman Liwal, Founder Liwal Distance School and president Pashto TV.
The Liwal Self-learning e-curriculum from KG to grad three are fully developed with books and workbooks, multimedia teaching contents, for web, smart phones, TV and Radio broadcasting is adopted by private schools in Afghanistan.
Ministry of Education reported (6000 students in 4 schools) Liwal workbooks used as textbooks Shaheed Sardar Mohammad Daoud Khan High School, 1 - 3 Class Mir Ghulam Mohammad Ghobar School, 1-3 class Abu Qassem Firdosi, 1-3 class Nahid Shaheed School, 1-3 class
In two provinces Kandahar and Nangarhar, reaching an estimated 8,000 students (5,000 in Nangarhar and 3,000 in Kandahar) in 8 selected schools (4 in each province). Training was provided to 173 teachers and 35 school administrators on how to use the provided technology to implement this project.
د خوشالۍ زېرى درکوو چې موږ ډېر ژر لېوال دليرې ښوونځى له وړکتون څخه تر١٢ ټولګي د انټرنټ له لارې پليکه اوهم پرته له انټرنټ څخه په پرانيستي ډول پيل کوو چې هرچاته په هرځاى کې خو په ځانګړي ډول شپږم ټولګي څخه پورته نجونو لپاره په کوردننه وړيا ښوونځى برابروي.
As of 2021, literacy rate in Afghanistan is about 37%, that means nearly 26 million Afghans out of 42 million could not read or write. Due to new political changes, nearly two million girls have been prevented from attending secondary school, about 3 million families internally displaced and another million families left Afghanistan recently adding to the millions of Afghans refugees living around the world. In some countries, these refugees have little to no access to school.