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Celebration of Women’s Day

Thursday 9 March 2017

Celebration of Women’s Day

Being a women-led Organization EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy is proud of gathering around 750 women across 14 provinces of Afghanistan to mark international women’s day. On 8th March 2017, EPD gathered its provincial women networks together in 14 provinces of Afghanistan including Kabul, Nangarhar, Bamyan, Herat, Faryab, Kandahar, Kunduz,...

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EPDs Annual Report – 2016

Monday 27 February 2017

EPDs Annual Report – 2016

EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy published its annual report for year 2016. It includes information on research, launch events, conferences, advocacy activities, trainings and other events hosted by EPD throughout the year. Over this year, EPD has conducted numerous rounds of awareness raising trainings in support of women’s peace and...

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PWN Monitoring and Evaluation Report – Round II

In order to build link with the women at the grass root level, it is important to develop a network between some strong, influential, and powerful women for advocacy, capacity building and awareness raising. EPD created a network of these women called Provincial Women Network in 15 provinces of Afghanistan...

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Session with EU Delegation to Afghanistan

On 26th January 2017, EQUALITY for peace and Democracy shared main finding of its recent research report on “Independent Review of 1396 National Budget” with delegation of European Union to Afghanistan. EPD during last 6 continues years, has reviewed Afghanistan national budget draft to provide better insights for community people...

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Peace Exchange-Orientation Session

Monday 23 January 2017

Peace Exchange-Orientation Session

On 23rd Jan 2017, an orientation meeting was conducted in EPD’s central office gathering activists in EPD’s newly established Peace Network members. Ms. Najeeba Ayubi, Ms. Hasseena Safi, Ms. Samira Hamidi, Ms. Ghotai Sahebyan and Ms. Parasto Yari were participants from Kabul, on the other hand, 4 participants from Nangarhar...

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