PARWAN - To eliminate corruption from Afghanistan, young Afghans must play an active role, students from Parwan University said in a UN-backed radio programme that aired in the central province this week.
KUNDUZ - In the northeast region of Afghanistan, the UN is working on an initiative to leverage the power of local radio and television to build support among communities for reducing conflict, fighting corruption and advancing peace.
KABUL - Addressing residents of the Surobi district of Kabul province in a UN-backed radio discussion, government officials, women’s rights activists and a broad range of other community leaders emphasized the critical importance of institutionalizing the principles of peace at a
JALALABAD - In a recent UN-backed radio programme in Nuristan, civil society representatives debated with government officials the most effective ways to improve services for the residents of the eastern region.
KABUL - The number of civilians killed and injured in the Afghanistan conflict during the first six months of 2017 persisted at the same record high levels as last year, according to a mid-year report from the United Nations.
HERAT - The role of young people in Afghanistan’s peace process was a subject of a discussion at a recent UN-backed radio roundtable organized by the regional office of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and Sahar Radio in the western province of Herat.
KABUL - Afghan Government leaders, diplomats and representatives of international organizations, civil society and the private sector met today at a session of the Joint Coordination and Monitoring Board (JCMB) to discuss progress and challenges in implementing the Afghanistan Na
KABUL - The Government of Afghanistan, the International Community and representatives from Afghanistan’s civil society and private sector met today to discuss progress and achievements in Afghanistan’s development and reform agenda, and to reaffirm their p
KANDAHAR - To eliminate corruption from Afghanistan, every individual must play an active role, said community leaders featured in a UN-backed radio series that aired in the southern region during the past several weeks.
KUNDUZ - The advocacy role of young Afghans in working with government to fight corruption, promote women’s equality and bring about sustainable peace was the focus of a UN-backed radio programme in the northern province of Kunduz this week.