JALALABAD - Community leaders must coordinate their efforts to protect and provide support to civilians affected by the ongoing conflict, said participants during a UN-backed symposium on human rights in the eastern province of Nangarhar.
NEW YORK - The members of the Security Council condemned in the strongest terms the heinous and cowardly terrorist attack that took place in Kabul, Afghanistan, on 24 December, targeting a government building, which resulted in at least 43 people killed and 27 people injured.
SAR-E-PUL - A strong partnership between government and civil society is a critical necessity for improved service delivery, good governance and rural development, said participants at a UN-backed event in the northern province of Sar-e-Pul.
KUNDUZ - Religious scholars, civil society representatives, women’s rights activists, government officials and other community leaders came together at a UN-backed symposium in Kunduz to strategize on the best way forward to sustainable peace.
NILI - Community elders, civil society activists, religious scholars and media representatives in the central highlands province of Daikundi gathered at a UN-backed symposium to strategize on ways to promote social cohesion, both locally and nationally, in the interest of advanci
KABUL - Media can follow the live broadcast of the UN Security Council session on the Secretary-General’s latest Report on Afghanistan on UN WebTV (http://webtv.un.org), scheduled to commence 10:00 New York local time (19:30 Kabu
KABUL - To support efforts by Afghanistan’s communities and institutions to protect and promote human rights and fundamental freedoms, civil society members, government officials, religious scholars, media professionals, women’s rights activists and other community leaders came t
NEW YORK - The Members of the Security Council welcomed the outcome of the Geneva Conference on Afghanistan on 27-28 November, co-hosted by the government of Afghanistan and the United Nations, which renewed the partnership and cooperation of the government of Afghanistan and the