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Tajikistan Reforms Pre-School Learning

 

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

    

 

Tajikistan is introducing a new early education system designed to bring children of all backgrounds up to the same level by the time they go to school. It will supplement rather than replace the existing kindergarten system.

Marhabo Navjuvonova is an IWPR contributor in Khorog, southeastern Tajikistan.

This audio programme went out in Russian and Tajik on national radio stations in Tajikistan. It was produced under two IWPR projects: Empowering Media and Civil Society Activists to Support Democratic Reforms in Tajikistan, funded by the European Union; and the Human Rights Reporting, Confidence Building and Conflict Information Programme, funded by the Foreign Ministry of Norway.The contents of this article are the sole responsibility of IWPR and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of either the European Union or the Norwegian foreign ministry.  

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