It was interesting to know about the status/types of the employment the Tashabos students secured. The respondents were asked whether the jobs are official or unofficial, majority 85% responded, the jobs were unofficial, while 15% responded the jobs were official. This show most of the jobs were in the private sector.
About tashaboseTashabos Educational Organization (TEO) Tashabos teaches self-reliance, self-employment and socio-economic empowerment.
When asked about their monthly income 63% of the students stated it is less than 5,000 Afs. Twenty-two percent, students reporting monthly incomes between AFN.5,000 to 10,000 and 15% reported their monthly income, more than AFN. 10,000.
Mr. Mohammad Yaqob during presenting his Business Proposals about Incubator and Gas production (Khwaja Musafir BHS Exhibition) Part 2tashabose2022-09-14T05:47:15+00:00
Mr. Mohammad Yaqob during presenting his Business Proposals about Incubator and Gas production (Khwaja Musafir BHS Exhibition)tashabose2022-09-14T05:39:23+00:00
Khwaja Musafir BHS Exhibition (Sep 23, 2022)
It was important to know the grade disaggregation and enthusiasm of the Tashabos students’ entrepreneurs, thus TEO gathered data in this regard. Graph 3 shows that forty-eight percent of the students, who secured employment are in Grade 12 reflecting student maturation over the three years of the Tashabos program. Though the number of the Grade 10 students, who secured employment is a little high, still the gradual increase in the nu… See more
Graph 2 shows that more boys (71%) than girls (29%) secured employment. In the Afghanistan context pertaining security, cultural and social issues, participation of the 29% of girls is still a high number, who secured job. This clearly reflects the enthusiasm of girls.
All these figures show the greatest impact of the TEO in our local high schools because the majority of the students get inspired by the ideas and encouragement of the program by the age of 17&18 as soon as they realize how valuable it is. I hope the organization increases its capacity building trainings and train much more students quarterly and annually in different platforms such as virtually or in-person. The annual contest is also a great way of encouragement, but I wish the Org. launches trainings during the academic years, and prepares our Afghan students to compete in the International [...]
TEO team interviewed and gathered data from 354 Tashabos students, who secured employments/jobs. Graph 1 shows that more of the students were of age 17 (31%) and (29%) 18 years old, followed by (17%) 16 years and (11%) 19 years old. The findings reflect that majority of the high school students are between 16 to 19 years old. These findings are in line with the public schools’ entry level of Grade 1, which is at age seven.