During the month of November, 2020 AFCAC conducted a number of activities as IEC Materials Campaign, Social Media Mobilization, Provision of Legal Aid and Consultation to the Victims of Corruption, Advocacy Initiatives for System Reform, Corruption Hunting Society meetings, University Students Anti-corruption meetings, Nangarhar Debate Competition and Provincial Accountability and Transparency Gatherings.
AFCAC team conducted these activities in Kabul, Nangarhar, Laghman and Kunar provinces. The purpose of the activities conducted is to make common people understand what corruption is and how to stand and fight against corruption. In addition, AFCAC legal team provided free legal aid and consultation to the victims of corruption and conducted various advocacy meetings for system reform in order to address all those complaint cases the legal team received during Zero AFN Banknote Campaigns. AFCAC also conducted monthly coordination meetings with Corruption Hunting societies and University Students Anti-Corruption groups in order to review their monthly findings in terms of complaint cases, campaigns, advocacy meetings and make plans for the next month.
Besides, AFCAC tried their level best to conduct Provincial Accountability and Transparency Gatherings with the governors of Laghman, Nangarhar and Kunar provinces but could not conduct them due to the busy official schedules of the governors.
The activities conducted by AFCAC in Kabul, Nangarhar , Laghman and Kunar provinces are highly appreciated by the common people and governmental employees. As an inclination, AFCAC’s Motto which states that “Neither I give bribe nor I take bribe” perfectly matches the scenario AFCAC is currently working in. For the reason that AFCAC’s activities are for the welfare of common people in addition to government employees. AFCAC has encouraged many people for fighting against corruption and has given them the courage of raising voices against corrupt officials.