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Afghan Economy Ministry dissolves 140 NGOs

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Afghan Economy Ministry dissolves 140 NGOs

ministry of economyAs many as 140 non-governmental organizations (NGOs) including 10 foreign ones have been closed down by the Ministry of Economy, said officials.

According to the officials, these NGOs had not submitted their activity reports to the Ministry of Economy.

The law requires the NGOs to report and inform their activities to the Economy Ministry.

Reporting of the Organizations, as per the Law on Non-Governmental Organization.

Submitting a Report
Article 31:
(1) An organization shall submit its annual activity report to the Ministry of Economy within three months of the end of the fiscal year.
(2) An organization shall submit its semi-annual activity report to the Ministry of  Economy, using the standard forms of the Ministry of Economy, which will be
updated as necessary.
(3) The semi-annual report shall be prepared in one original and three copies for submission to the Central and Regional Offices of the Ministry of Economy, in return
for a receipt. The Regional Offices shall immediately send the report to the Central  Office of the Ministry of Economy.
(4) The semi-annual report shall be written in one of the official languages of the country.
(5) An organization shall send a copy of its semi-annual report to the relevant line ministry.


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