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Why Youth Fail to Network Authentically?

By:  Saeeda Najafizada It’s impossible to get almost anything done without a network. Isn’t that right? Networking is a key instrument that would benefit us in many ways, be it for the purpose of staying relevant, connecting with key influential

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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 2016: Rethinking Education for the New Millennium. After receiving 875 submissions from young entrepreneurs, the Youth Summit Organizing Committee (YSOC)

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Afghanistan must invest in its youth: UNFPA report

The Deputy Ministry of Youth Affairs and the United Nation’s Population Fund (UNFPA) released a report titled Investing in Youth: How to Realize Afghanistan’s Demographic Dividend in Kabul on Sunday. The report highlights the need for investing in Afghanistan’s youth,

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Radio station lives through director’s legacy

On the outskirts of a medium-sized town in Orgun district of Paktika stands a 200-foot symbol of freedom.  The symbol is not a statue or a memorial in the traditional sense.  To some who knew Saadim Khan, it is a memorial to

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