The international community’s intervention in Afghanistan in 2001 aimed to achieve two major missions:rid Afghanistan of terrorism (Al Qaeda) and remove the Taliban
Despite the government commitments for women’s political participation, we observe that the realization of these commitments is facing severe obstacles. This results in weakening of women’s inclusion in leadership and decision making of the government structures.
November 22, Kabul – Save the Children celebrated Universal Children’s Day together with Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs and Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD)
Save the Children calls for end to corporal punishment in Afghanistan after death of a high school student
Save the Children is urging the Afghan government to properly enforce its corporal punishment ban following reports that a high school student died after facing violence at school. The incident took place in the northern Afghan province of Balk.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg concluded a two-day visit to Afghanistan on Thursday (28 September 2017), following a visit to NATO’s headquarters for southern Afghanistan.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is currently visiting the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan together with the US Secretary of Defense, James Mattis.
Afghan government has taken full control of the air traffic operations from the NATO, according to the officials of the Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA).
At least 22 insurgents affiliated with the Taliban and Islamic State (IS) groups have been killed and 21 others injured in the ongoing military operation in eastern Nangarhar province.
Germany and Netherlands announced the successful completion of many development projects in southern Uruzgan province this week.