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Youth Peace Movement

Sunday 3 March 2019

Youth Peace Movement

Youth forms more than 70% of the country’s population. Since the last 17 years, Afghan youth has made significant developments in education, health, technology, security, and other fields. From their involvement in the technological developments such Afghan robotic girls to safeguarding the country on the borders, to joining politics such...

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1398 Draft National Budget Review – Launch Event

FY1398 budget totals to AFN 399.42 billion, of which AFN 275.22 billion is allocated for the ordinary budget which constitutes 69% of the core budget. The developmental budget has a smaller share of the FY 1398 budget that totals to AFN 124.19 billion constituting 31% of the core budget. The proposed...

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1397 Draft National Budget Review – Launch Event

Afghanistan national Budget for the FY 1397 has been subjected to some notable changes pertaining to the budget allocation particularly, developmental budget. The draft has been prepared based on international standards of Government Financial Statistic (GFS) and Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG) aimed to enhance transparency and...

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Police Award-Second Round

Tuesday 7 November 2017

Police Award-Second Round

Police and community reintegration is possible only through building trust and facilitating initiatives for joint activities and understanding mutual needs and problems. In this regard, EPD in Nangarhar has established its community watch committees consisted of influential figures and civil society activists. It systematically, holds meetings, dialogues and capacity building...

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PWN Quarterly Meeting

Thursday 26 October 2017

PWN Quarterly Meeting

EQUALITY for Peace and Democracy has established its networks in fifteen provinces consisted of 30 volunteers working for women empowerment, removing VAW and ensuring women’s peace and security. The PWN members advocate and lobby in their provinces for VAW victims and protect other women by raising awareness and increasing their...

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