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Afghanistan must not be left behind as it braces for the Coronavirus pandemic

To ensure that humanitarian aid is able to reach the most vulnerable people in Afghanistan, we reaffirm the United Nations' call for a humanitarian ceasefire and urge Secretary Pompeo, European, NATO, P5 leaders to support this initiative by the UN and furthermore, call upon all parties in the conflict in...

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Position Paper

Wednesday 18 March 2020

Position Paper

On March 16, 2020 EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy (EPD) has conducted the Central Exchange of Provincial Women’s Networks (PWN) for three-days with the participation of 90 women from 15 provinces including Kabul, Nangarhar, Laghman, Helmand, Kunduz, Balkh, Faryaab, Badakhshan, Parwan, Bamyan, Kandahar, Paktia, Herat, Urozgan and Daikundi. The purpose...

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LIVING PRINCIPLES FOR AN INCLUSIVE AFGHAN PEACE PROCESS 6 March

More than 150 Afghan civil society representatives and Afghan diaspora from 17 EU countries conducted consultations and developed the “Living Principles” document for an inclusive peace process in Afghanistan. This week, a delegation of Afghan Civil Society representatives visited Brussels to lobby, advocate and discuss how EU and its allies...

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Government Civil Society Cooperation in Action for the Benefit of School Chidren in Sar-e-Pol

Government and Civil Society Coordination Forum (GCCF) is established in 17 provinces of Afghanistan with support from the UNDP LoGo and its partner Equality for Peace and Democracy (EPD). GCCF forums consists of 20 members including 10 representatives from government and 10 from the civil society organizations. The forum members...

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Enhancing Local Governance

Monday 22 July 2019

Enhancing Local Governance

One of the major problems Afghanistan faces today is the failure of the government to provide services to its citizens on a fair, transparent and accountable basis. Low capacity compounded by rampant corruption sours the relationship between the government and its citizens. As numerous sources from Transparency International to Integrity...

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