Afghanistan currently sits on the cusp of what has been termed the ‘transformation decade’, and nothing is more important for the National Unity Government (NUG) and its international partners than preserving and building on the gains of the past decade.
Saving Mes Aynak, an award-winning documentary film that follows Afghan archaeologist Qadir Temori in his campaign to save the Mes Aynak site in central Logar province from demolition by a Chinese company, has been released in Afghanistan.
To learn latest medical practices and methods to deliver quality healthcare services, a team of 12 doctors from Afghanistan is currently undergoing a fellowship training program at New Delhi’s Ganga Ram Institute of Post Graduate Medical Education and Research (GRIPMER).
This year’s TEDxKabulWomen event was held on Friday in Kabul. Many Afghan women from diverse fields spoke on the occasion and presented their invigorating ideas before an impressive audience of students, activists and entrepreneurs.