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Canadian educational institutions help Afghan refugees obtain higher education

Canadian universities and colleges help refugees from Afghanistan acquire post-secondary or training programs. Refugees who want to attend Canadian educational institutions receive aid in some communities on their tuition, living expenses, books, and even laptop computers and tablets. Immigration Minister Sean Fraser tweeted that “to help provide Afghan refugees with the skills to succeed, our country’s colleges and universities are helping break down financial barriers faced by many Afghan newcomers.” So far, Canada has accepted more than 9,400 Afghan nationals under the special human rights defenders immigration stream.

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