English | دری

New IARCSC offices built in Baghlan

in Afghan Business

New IARCSC offices built in Baghlan

The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Services Commission (IARCSC) in Baghlan is responsible for realizing reforms and providing civil services for the public, as well as offering a wide range of training measures to the civil servants in different government sectors in the province. In order to continue working toward those goals and intensify the implementation process, the Baghlan IARCSC department celebrated the construction of a new office building.

The three-story building, constructed at a cost over AFN 27,500,000 (USD 476,520), and funded by the German government, is the first of its kind built in the northern provinces.

The building compromises of training rooms, administrative offices, kitchens, guard rooms, and a conference hall, all equipped with electricity and water systems as well as a surrounding wall.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Ezatullah Tawhidi, Director of the IARCSC in Baghlan said: “In the past, we were not able to function properly. The new building is constructed with high standards and allows us to train and provide services for all public departments in Baghlan.” He also highlighted the new IARCSC had for developing its measures throughout the province, adding: “Our new offices set us in a position that we can easily expand our services.”

In 2013, the IARCSC’s proposal to build the new offices was prioritized by the Baghlan Provincial Development Committee (PDC). The Regional Capacity Development project (RCD), financed by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), provided both financial and technical support during construction.


Tags assigned to this article:
afghan business

Related Articles

Afghan saffron ranked first for 3rd consecutive year

The International Taste and Quality Institute (ITQI) in Brussels, Belgium ranked Afghan saffron number one for the third year in

World Bank Group Youth Summit 2016 winners build two computer labs in Afghanistan

This time last year, more than 400 excited youth filled the Preston Auditorium for the World Bank Group Youth Summit

Cristiano Ronaldo donates EUR 100,000 to aid Afghan landmine victims

Shortly before cruising in on a wave of phase to equalise for Real Madrid against Manchester United last night, the

No comments

Write a comment
No Comments Yet! You can be first to comment this post!

Write a Comment

Your e-mail address will not be published.
Required fields are marked*

Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.