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06.02.2020 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday at the Ministry of Finance (MoF), the Afghanistan Urban Water Supply and Sewerage Cooperation (AUWSSC), the KfW German Development Bank and Dorsch International Consultants GmBH signed a contract for a concept study on sanitation in Kabul. In attendance were MoF Minister Mr Mohammad Humayon Qayoumi, AUWSSC Director General Mr Hamidullah Yelani, and KfW representatives Mr Sulaiman Salehi and Mr Richard Ellert as well as key stakeholders including the Mayor of Kabul, the Governor Mohammad Yaqub Haidari and representatives from the National Environment Protection Agency (NEPA). The Afghan-German Cooperation is providing AFN 144.3 million (EUR 1.7 million) in funding for the project and the Government of Afghanistan is contributing AFN 77 million (USD 1 million).
29.01.2020 | Pressemitteilung
Today, a four-week standard mining training ended in Kandahar province. Eleven mining inspectors from the four provincial mining departments of Zabul, Urozgan, Helmand and Kandahar attended the programme. The trainers, who are experts from the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP), had previously taken part in a Training of Trainers (ToT) programme, which was also funded by the Afghan-German Cooperation.
23.01.2020 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday, Balkh’s Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) and representatives from the Afghan-German Cooperation kicked-off construction works to upgrade the power supply network in the eastern part of Mazar-e Sharif. More than 20,000 residents in the areas of Ali Chopan, Karte Wahadat, Baba Padshah and Islam Abad will benefit from a reliable power supply network. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Regional Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) supported DABS in identifying the necessity for this project. RIDF is also funding the project implementation at a total cost of about AFN 160 million. The construction works are planned to take 17 months.
22.01.2020 | Pressemitteilung
The Afghan-German Cooperation’s project Strengthening of German-supported schools in Kabul (SGS) held its final event yesterday in New Delhi, India. The project, which supports three schools in Kabul in improving their quality of education, will come to an end in March 2020 after more than six years of continuous commitment. Since 2014, the programme has supported the Aisha-e Durani School, the Jamhuriat Girls Vocational High School, and the Amani Boys High School, all of which have strong ties to Germany. These model schools serve as best practice examples for other schools and aim at improving the quality of education across the country. The event brought together 60 political partners and key stakeholders – more than half of whom women – to celebrate the commitment of the Afghan-German Cooperation.
19.12.2019 | Pressemitteilung
Yesterday, a workshop on encouraging private investment in the energy sector took place in Kabul. Around 160 participants, including women, discussed challenges and opportunities in attracting private financing and long-term investment for renewable energy. Participants consisted of representatives from the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) and other ministries as well as representatives from the Afghanistan Renewable Energy Union (AREU), the Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce (ACCI), and private sector stakeholders. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Energy Sector Improvement Programme (ESIP) supported the event.
19.12.2019 | Pressemitteilung
Today, a five-day workshop in Balkh on human rights and gender awareness ends. Thirty-six lecturers from Teacher Training Centres (TTCs) in Balkh, Samangan and Takhar provinces attended the workshop, including women. This was the last in a series of three workshops that have taken place over the course of four months. The workshops raised awareness amongst lecturers about human rights and gender equality so they can disseminate these values to their students. About 3,000 student teachers will benefit as a result of this training. The Teacher Education Directorate (TED) conducted the activity with support from the Afghan-German Cooperation’s Basic Education Programme for Afghanistan (BEPA).
18.12.2019 | Pressemitteilung
Over the last two days, around 100 people, including women, participated in the first of three conferences on the newly amended criminal code, or penal code. Around 40 judges, 20 prosecutors and 20 staff from the Criminal Investigation Departments (CIDs) of Takhar, Badakhshan and Kunduz as well as defence lawyers and legal aids from the Department of Justice participated. The main purpose of these conferences is to clarify and standardise procedures of case processing across the country when it comes to penal code amendments. This will provide common understanding and clarity for enforcement across provinces, increasing legal certainty for citizens. The Supreme Court is organising the conferences with the support of the Afghan-German Cooperation’s Promotion of the Rule of Law programme.
16.12.2019 | Pressemitteilung
On Saturday, 79 senior students, including 33 women, graduated from a four-month legal clinic programme. Badakhshan University’s Law and Sharia Faculties conducted the programme in close coordination. The Deputy Governor of Badakhshan, heads of justice institutions, and state partners, including the Department of Women’s Affairs (DoWA), attended the event. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Rule of Law project has been supporting the legal clinic programme at Badakhshan University since 2015. Through the legal clinics, students familiarise themselves with the duties and responsibilities of a career in legal and judicial institutions. The skills they learn will prepare them for their work as judges, prosecutors and lawyers.
03.12.2019 | Pressemitteilung
On Saturday, the Afghan-German Cooperation and the Provincial Director of the Department of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (DRRD) signed a contract for constructing a 1.5-kilometre flood protection wall along Balkh River in Sholgara District. A number of provincial officials attended the event that took place at the Governor’s Office in Mazar-e Sharif. More than 24,000 people living in five villages will benefit directly from this new flood protection wall. The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Regional Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) finances the project at a total cost of about AFN 118 million.
29.11.2019 | Pressemitteilung
On Wednesday, a pool of experts from key institutions in the renewable energy sector shared their knowledge at a workshop with the Afghanistan Renewable Energy Union (AREU) at the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW). Sixty people, men and women, participated in discussions on how to promote renewable energy in the private sector. Experts helped disseminate updated information to AREU members as well as develop the capacity of its member organisations. In attendance were representatives from MEW, Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the Ministry of Finance, and the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD). The Afghan-German Cooperation’s Energy Sector Improvement Programme (ESIP) supported the workshop.