KABUL, 2 June 2015 - The Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, Nicholas Haysom, discussed the need for electoral reform and other key issues in a 1 June meeting with Chief Executive Officer Dr. Abdullah Abdullah.
PAKTIKA, 1 June 2015 – Providing children with access to education in remote and conflict-affected areas, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) recently completed 52 new community-based schools in Afghanistan’s southeastern province of Paktika.
BADGHIS, 31 May 2015 – Participants at a UNAMA-backed seminar in Afghanistan’s western province of Badghis focused on the important role of the country’s religious leaders in the elimination of violence against women.
KABUL, 28 May 2015 – Afghan girls have the right to education and to contribute to the development of their country, say community leaders, government officials, civil society activists and women role models in a new radio piece released by UNAMA.
KANDAHAR, 27 May 2015 – A joint team led by UNAMA’s southern regional officials visited Qalat, the capital of Afghanistan’s Zabul province, to assess the humanitarian and security situation in the aftermath of recent military activity.
[19 April 2015] UN and Afghan Officials called for reform to better protect women victims of violence.
[8 April 2015] UNAMA chief welcomes Government initiative on eliminating torture…
[16 March 2015] UNAMA chief briefs Security Council, ahead of mandate vote...
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