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01.01.2017 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday, three workshops conducted in the three Afghan provinces Kabul, Balkh and Herat were successfully concluded. In total, 60 male and female employees of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) participated in the trainings. Topic: the role of gender in the mining sector. The activity was funded and co-organised by the German project “Promoting Good Governance in the Extractive Sector in Afghanistan”.
14.08.2016 | Aktuelles
During the last 6 months, the participants received training in tailoring, English and IT. Their enhanced skills will improve their career prospects.
14.08.2016 | Pressemitteilung
During the last 6 months, the participants received training in tailoring, English and IT. Their enhanced skills will improve their career prospects.
09.06.2014 | Pressemitteilung
With AFN 33 million in funding from Afghan-German Cooperation, the new centre will house 50 civil servants from key government departments, including education, finance, agriculture and law.
01.06.2014 | Pressemitteilung
With over AFN 10 million in funding, the measures will help modernize the healthcare centre that provides services for almost 10,000 people.
22.05.2014 | Pressemitteilung
Funded by the Afghan-German Cooperation programme at a cost of AFN 27 million, the new facilities will house 56 civil servants from key government departments, including education, finance, agriculture and law.
08.03.2014 | Pressemitteilung
Flood barrier offers protection to lives and property on both banks of Taloqan River as well as irrigation for approximately 600 hectares of land through Mullah Gafoor Intake.
04.03.2014 | Pressemitteilung
The memorandum outlines a plan to produce identity cards and other documents according to international security standards. The printing facility will be built at a state-owned site in Jangalak and is expected to start manufacturing in late 2016.
26.02.2014 | Pressemitteilung
Today, the German Government officially handed over three renewable power schemes in Takhar province to Afghanistan’s Ministry of Energy and Water.
13.02.2014 | Pressemitteilung
Project engineers learnt how to plan, implement, manage and monitor construction projects on district and provincial level.