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Job affair launched to recruit health workers in Afghanistan's provinces

The Ministry of Public Health has launched a two-day job affair to recruit workers who have capacity and skills in providing health services in all provinces of Afghanistan. This first ever job affair will provide information regarding vacant posts at

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Job affair launched to recruit health workers in Afghanistan’s provinces

The Ministry of Public Health has launched a two-day job affair to recruit workers who have capacity and skills in providing health services in all provinces of Afghanistan. This first ever job affair will provide information regarding vacant posts at

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German Commerce Bank to close dollar accounts with Afghanistan

Facilitating Afghanistan’s banking transactions in the last 11 years, German Commerce Bank has decided to close down all its internal dollar accounts with Afghanistan. One of the reasons cited for this decision is the lack of programs preventing money laundering

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Skateboarding-a tool for youth empowerment in Afghanistan

Skateboarding in a country surrounded by war? It doesn’t make sense, yet Skateistan achieves just that. Skateistan is a non-profit charity providing skateboarding and educational programming in Afghanistan. Skateistan is designed to be a social and educational place for the

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World Bank grants USD 55mn to support technical and vocational education in Afghanistan

The Ministry of Finance today signed a grant agreement of $55 million with the World Bank. The grant is being provided by the International Development Association (IDA) – the World Bank’s concessional lending arm – to assist Afghan youth to

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School Officially Opens, Shows Dedication to Education in Arghistan

The District Education Representative (DER) Issa Mohammad celebrated the official opening of Amin Kalay School by assisting in the distribution of school supplies to approximately 50 students in Arghistan district, Kandahar province, May 8. The school was built several years

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A township in need of basic facilities in Logar province

A township where once 2,755 families lived is left with only 660 families. Many left the place for lacking housing scheme, water supply, health services and schools. The township was built in 1995 for the refugees returning back to their

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