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Community-based Monitoring Mechanism

Thursday 20 April 2017

Community-based Monitoring Mechanism

The monitoring of service delivery is the job of every citizen. Each of us has the responsibility to make sure that public funds are spent correctly and transparently, intervening where necessary without the use of violence. This is known as community-based monitoring.On 16th April 2017, EPD invited its provincial coordinators...

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Women Economic Empowerment

Monday 17 April 2017

Women Economic Empowerment

While there is little study of women owned businesses’ contribution as drivers to increase the growth rate of the economies but there is a general consensus that women play pivotal role in development and growth of the economies. If the barriers preventing women from economic participation are eliminated or alleviated,...

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Campaign of Eradication of Illiteracy

Afghanistan is one of the countries with highest level of illiteracy. It is recorded that 66 percent of Afghans are illiterate and this percentage among women is more critical reaching to 90 percent. Additionally, illiteracy rate is higher in remote and rural areas in comparison to urban places. Illiteracy is...

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61st Session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women

61st session of the UN Commission on the Status of Women is a great opportunity for EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy (EPD) to share its view on Women, Peace and Security and women empowerment in Afghanistan. This event, taking place at the UN Headquarters in New York City on March...

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Quarterly Meeting with PWN Coordinators

Wednesday 15 March 2017

Quarterly Meeting with PWN Coordinators

Each quarter EPD invites the PWN coordinators from 15 provinces to the central office in Kabul to discuss about the activities and the limitation they faced. Such meetings enhance coordination and facilitate interaction between the central office and the subnational offices. Furthermore, it indirectly connects the central office to women...

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