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NEW YORK - The latest quarterly report by the UN Secretary-General António Guterres on the situation in Afghanistan and the activities of the United Nations in the country is now available.
KANDAHAR - In the southern region of Afghanistan, communities are rallying around peace through dialogue and consensus building on how best to resolve violent conflicts.
BAMYAN - At a UN-backed event, government officials, provincial council members and civil society in Bamyan emphasized stronger partnership to improve governance and service delivery including in remote districts.
KUNDUZ - To prevent and combat corruption from Afghanistan, civil society must play an active role said participants during a UN-backed radio series aired in the northeastern region recently.
Opinion: Afghanistan’s Peace Weavers
By Tadamichi Yamamoto
Paradoxically, despite a horrific and seemingly endless war raging around them, there are brave citizens building peace across Afghanistan every day.
NILI - After two years working as a journalist in a deeply challenging environment, Insia Najafi, in her sparkling blue camouflage scarf and wide smile, is pretty sure what keeps her going as a radio reporter and talk show host.
Read UNAMA's latest civilians reports here.
Read about the UN70 campaign in Afghanistan.