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Monitoring and Advocacy Meeting with Abdul Zuhoor Hakim Head of High School Certificates’ Directorate

AFCAC's team with its pressure group members visited Directorate of Results and High School Certificates Department for a monitoring and Advocacy visit. Mr. Abdul Zuhoor Hakim, Head of results and high school certificates mentioned that the employees' behavior has positively changed after the capacity building training and we have visited different offices of the department [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|NEWS|0 Comments

School Seminar for Ghazi High School Students

On May 21, AFCAC’s team undertook school seminars for 12th grade students of Ghazi High School. The objective of the seminar was raising awareness for the students regarding acquiring 12th grade certificate procedures. A total of 50 students participated in the mentioned seminar and were fully informed about the procedures of receiving 12th grade certificates. [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|NEWS|0 Comments

Group work amid MoE Employees Capacity Building Training

Employees of Directorate of Results and High School Certificate in Kabul were supposed to be trained through capacity building training, after recognizing and considering their volumes of difficulties, AFCAC planned to have a capacity building training for 64 employees of the above mentioned directorate on 20th April 2017; because their interest and willingness for the [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|NEWS|0 Comments

MoE High Officials Consultation meeting

AFCAC’s team has arranged a consultation meeting with MoE High Officials as on 9th of May 2017 at Kabul Star Hotel. We are belated to say that we were able to invite MoE High Officials such as Mr. Hanif Balkhi Minister of Education, Mr. Ibrahim Shinwari Deputy Minister, Mr. Mahboobullah Sidiqi Advisor to Minister, Mr. [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|NEWS|0 Comments

AFCAC Pressure Group discussing the problems in Directorate of High School Certificates and working on useful recommendations for proposing them to the mentioned Directorate

One of the major and substantial activities for achieving AFCAC’s current project’s goal and objectives was the formation of 2 pressure groups, one for Kabul and other for Nangrahar. With the help of AFCAC management, these so said pressure groups were formed according to predefined criteria. It is momentous to mention that these pressure groups [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|NEWS|0 Comments

Mr. Saddam Hussain and Mr. Nezamuddin approached AFCAC

Mr. Saddam Hussain and Mr. Nezamuddin approached AFCAC team when they came to know through social media (AFCAC’s Facebook page) that AFCAC is assisting corruption victims in MoE. Since AFCAC has a memorandum of understanding with MoE and has a pressure group consisting of skilled and experienced youth, Parliamentarians and Politicians, AFCAC’s team considered [...]

By | July 4th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Follow-up Meetings with Government Authorities

Progress needs to be tracked. Therefore, AFCAC ensures to have follow-up meetings with Ministry of Public health and Ministry of Higher Education for attaining updates. Nearly, we have come to know that decision is yet to be taken for selection of a hospital to be specialized or to build one. Ministry of Higher Education [...]

By | November 5th, 2016|Recent Acitivities|0 Comments

Public Outreach Sessions

One of our initiatives for the advocacy of NUG’s commitments is the Public Outreach Sessions with different groups such as CSOs and Government officials, looking for possible ways and solutions for how to track the commitments and for achieving them through advocacy. No sooner had we started the Public outreach sessions for how to [...]

By | October 5th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Commitment Tracking Training’s (From Words to Action Website)

Accountability ensures actions and decisions taken by public officials to be oversight and to guarantee that government initiatives meet their objectives and respond to the needs of the community they are meant to be benefiting, thereby contributing to better governance. Commencing from the very start, it is vital for people to know the value [...]

By | July 5th, 2016|Recent Acitivities|0 Comments