The National Solidarity Program of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (NSP/MRRD) recently completed three
Although less than 13 percent of the Afghanistan’s land is arable, agriculture is the largest source
Afghanistan is on the cusp of strong economic growth due to a number of factors. A
More than 200 Afghan women in Bamyan participated in a tree planting campaign launched by the Executives of Democratic Party.
The campaign’s slogan was “A green land keeps the sky blue”. The female participants were wearing a blue scarf symbolizing the blue sky.
Director of the Executives of Democratic Party Ms. Malistani said such campaign was previously launched in Kabul city.
“We have gathered over 200 women to have a role in community services and to take the responsibility of planting saplings to keep Bamyan city green,” said Ms. Malistani.
Three new buildings for agriculture and education faculties as well as the administrative affairs department of Bamyan University were inaugurated
While others make plans to flee, a new generation of educated young Afghans who have tasted new freedoms in post-Taliban
According to Afghan Ministry of Finance, Afghan government has spent only 48% of the development budget so far. With six
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