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For Youth Day 2015, the UN’s Secretary-General calls young people invaluable partners who can advance meaningful solutions. Photos: UNAMA / Fardin Waezi
Humanitarian situation focus of UN envoy’s visit to Faryab province

MAIMANA, 27 August, 2015 – A top UN official has met with provincial officials in Faryab to assess the humanitarian situation of the conflict-affected population.

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Provincial councils and civil society join hands for improved governance

GHAZNI, 25 August 2015 – Members of Ghazni’s provincial council and civil society organizations are strengthening their partnership in order to improve provincial-level governance.

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PRESS STATEMENT: UNAMA condemns suicide attack in Kabul city

KABUL, 23 August 2015 – UNAMA condemns in the strongest terms yesterday’s suicide attack in the Macorayan area of Kabul city that killed 12 and injured at least 88 others, including 13 children and 21 women.

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Local advocacy committees focus on peace

BAGHLAN, TAKHAR, 23 August 2015 – UNAMA-supported community committees in two of Afghanistan’s north-eastern provinces have met to discuss peace issues in the latest round of meetings under the framework of the Afghan People’s Dialogue.


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Birth registration essential to child rights, says UN official

MAZAR-E-SHARIF, 20 August 2015 – Birth registration numbers have grown in Afghanistan’s northern region, with the support of a UN project designed to help prevent child labour, counter child marriage and otherwise protect the rights of children.

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Civil society leaders move to enhance local governance

HERAT, 18 August 2015 – To help improve local governance, civil society representatives came together at a UN-backed conference in Herat to detail plans to become more involved in provincial development projects and administrative affairs.

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New UN radio series urges young Afghans to participate in politics

KUNDUZ, 16 August 2015 – A UN radio series on youth in politics is expected to reach an audience of 800,000 Afghans across four northeastern provinces in the coming weeks.

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