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22.02.2021 | Aktuelles
COVID-19 has had a negative impact on Afghanistan’s economy. This impact will worsen if we don't address what is commonly referred to as the Shadow Pandemic: A severe increase in domestic violence and discrimination of women.
15.02.2021 | Aktuelles
For three years, Afghanistan was suspended from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI). The country’s governance of its oil, gas and mineral resources was not held at the same standard as other mining industries around the world. In 2020, that changed.
12.02.2021 | Aktuelles
Najla wants to legally request her separation from her husband. She lives in a different area and jurisdiction to him. There is a Huquq Office in her jurisdiction and one in her husband’s. She is unsure of where to make her claim.
10.02.2021 | Aktuelles
On 26th January, the Afghan-German Cooperation’s project to promote renewable energy (ESIP) conducted a kick-off meeting for 2021. More than 20 people participated, including representatives from ESIP, the Afghanistan Renewable Energy Union (AREU) and ‘ideas into energy’ - a German non-profit organisation that promotes the dissemination of renewable and sustainable energy and environmental protection technologies worldwide.
27.01.2021 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday at a ceremony in Kabul, the Afghan Ministry of Economy (MoEc) and the Afghan-German Cooperation’s programme Monitoring, Evaluation and Communication (MEC) signed a Cooperation Agreement for 2021. The cooperation aims to strengthen MoEc’s capacities for monitoring and evaluating Afghan national development projects. Monitoring and evaluation measures ensure that projects are beneficial to Afghan citizens in the long term. At the ceremony were representatives from MoEc including Minister Dr Karima Hamed Faryabi and Deputy Minister of Policy and Technical Affairs Mr Mohammad Nabi Sroosh as well as representatives from the Afghan-German Cooperation. The budget for the 2021 cooperation amounts to almost AFN 20 million.
30.12.2020 | Pressemitteilung
A four-month project for strengthening women’s skills and their role in business ends tomorrow in Kabul. The Organization for Afghan Women Capacity and Knowledge (OAWCK) implemented the project called Empowering Women through Improving Business Skills. It included 48 training sessions, 12 advocacy sessions and 12 sensitisation sessions for 25 women entrepreneurs. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Open Policy Advisory Fund (OPAF) funded the project through its Mini-Fund for Women Empowerment.
15.12.2020 | Pressemitteilung
Over the last two days, almost 70 officials of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVET-A) took part in a conference in Kabul, including women. Participants included the Head of TVET-A Ms Nadima Sahar, Provincial Education Directors (PEDs) from thirty-four provinces, and school headmasters. TVET-A presented TVET’s five-year strategy to their PEDs to enable them to plan for 2021. This is the eighth biannual PED coordination conference.
07.12.2020 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday, Kunduz administrative officials and the Director of the provincial Public Works Department (PWD) signed a contract for a road reconstruction in Kunduz. The contract signing took place in Kabul. More than 36,000 citizens will benefit from the reconstruction of the three-kilometre Bagh-e-Zarat Road in downtown Kunduz. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Regional Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) supports the reconstruction work with a total of about AFN 116 million.
01.12.2020 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday, provincial authorities, the director of Lower Kunduz River Basin Agency (LKRBA) and Afghan-German Cooperation representatives kicked off the construction work of a flood protection wall in Baghlan. More than 30,000 residents will benefit from the project, which also includes the rehabilitation of the Baladori Intake. The work will protect Pol-e Khomri City and the Baladori Canal in the provincial capital from flooding. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Regional Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) finances the construction at a total of about AFN 67.7 million. LKRBA will supervise the construction work with technical support from RIDF.
17.11.2020 | Aktuelles
Summer has now turned to autumn, and with it, the leaves turn to bright yellows and reds, and they begin to fall. While the seasons may change, one thing has not. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s commitment to sustainable development is stronger than ever. Here are some of our best news pieces that you may have missed in the last few months.