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Stay Home Stay Safe

Stay Home Stay Safe

Nangarhar province is the eastern part of Afghanistan that shares a border with neighboring Pakistan. Recently, with the return of a large number of Afghans from the Torkham border of Nangarhar to Afghanistan, the number of positive cases of corona in the country has increased, which has raised concerns among the people. Due to the .. read more

28
Apr
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Together To Combat COVID-19

Together To Combat COVID-19

  COVID-19 appeared in Wuhan, a city in China, in December 2019. Although health officials are still tracing the exact source of this new coronavirus, early hypotheses thought it may be linked to a seafood market in Wuhan, China. Afghanistan confirmed its first case of the coronavirus in the western province of Herat on Monday, .. read more

01
Apr
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Young Leaders’ Conference for Capacity Building (YLC)

Young Leaders’ Conference for Capacity Building (YLC)

February 27, 28, 29; March 1, 2020 Be the change you want to see! “Be the change you want to see.” “Young leaders’ conference for capacity building (YLC) was one of the best, most thrilling, and efficacious programs I have ever participated”, said Aman Rasuli. One of the conference participants who came from Herat province.” .. read more

26
Mar
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Human Traffickers destroy peoples’ lives with their false promises

Human Traffickers destroy peoples’ lives with their false promises

Mohammad Ali, an Afghan resident of Farah province in western Afghanistan who failed to obtain a residence permit in Sweden, was deported to Afghanistan six months ago in 2019. He says: “In the year 2014 I moved to Sweden. I had lost all my family when I was child due to my Father’s personal enmities .. read more

24
Mar
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Tree-Planting Campaign; Creating a Green Environment and Building Social Cohesion

Tree-Planting Campaign; Creating a Green Environment and Building Social Cohesion

  Fazlrahman, 23, loves nature. His friends call him a “flower addict” as he obsessively collects flowers and plants to make his own small courtyard garden and decorate his room with the collections of flower pots.  Walking along the streets of Jalalabad city, Fazlrahman once noticed a bare land filled with dirt and garbage which .. read more

23
Mar
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The Illusions and Promises of Human Traffickers

The Illusions and Promises of Human Traffickers

Mohammad Ashraf, a resident of Nangarhar province in eastern Afghanistan, long ago decided to go to a European country with the help of human traffickers. Ashraf says: “My family and I are not very literate, and we farm to meet the needs of the family. Our income was bad and my family and I made .. read more

17
Mar
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Disability is not inability under the topic of “How to be successful”

Disability is not inability under the topic of “How to be successful”

  Young Leaders of Mazar-e-Sharif Mubarak Shah Majidi and Mustafa Hakimi with close cooperation of three volunteers organized a three-day workshop about Disability is not inability under the topic of “How to be successful” for 32 male and female disabled people for one and half hour each day in the library of Estiqlal High School, .. read more

05
Mar
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Action for Change

Action for Change

  Mohammad Sharif, 22, is one of ten young leaders from Nangarhar, and who believes that the participation of young people is key to a healthy society. “Young people need to engage in their community and contribute to its wellbeing and prosperity.” In April 2019, the group of young leaders started to encourage people in .. read more

06
Feb
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Experience of an Afghan returnee from Germany: Shaheen Duranai

Experience of an Afghan returnee from Germany: Shaheen Duranai

  Originally from Balkh province in northern Afghanistan, Shaheen Duranai felt when he’d reached his teens that his future lay in Europe. He explains: “I made up my mind at a time when getting to Europe did not seem very difficult, with many Afghans embarking on the journey and trusting their fate in the hands .. read more

06
Feb
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Promoting Literacy Through Dialogue

Promoting Literacy Through Dialogue

  Afghanistan has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world, currently estimated at about 31% of the adult population (over 15 years of age). Female literacy levels are on average 17%, with high variation, indicating gender divide, according to UNESCO. Siwa, 20, is an active young girl from Laghman province who graduated from .. read more

30
Jan
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