Girls going to school was considered as crime 20 years ago in Afghan. Student there named Sajia while talking to media says that she is fortunate to have education and now she serve her country. Children in Afghanistan don't go to school with the fear of war. Kabir Haqmal, Education Ministry Spokesperson of Afghan says that security is the mother of all problems in the country. John Hendren from Kabul says that there are some other reasons like grinding poverty because of which most of the parents put pressure on children to turn as child labour. In school of Kandahar there are no desks, chairs and chalkboard except a teacher and an open air class room. Children request the govt to make the arrangements in the class room.