During a meeting with a number of disabled, Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah said that the government of Afghanistan was making effort to provide further facilities to disabled and terrorist incidents victims’ families.
As the new school year has begun almost one month ago, a girls school was “destroyed” in an attack by unknown armed men in western Farah province on Sunday night.
The hunger strike of the 12 female medical students in front of Kabul Medical University entered its 3rd day on Saturday.
Poppy cultivation has recently witnessed a 29 per cent decrease in the southern province of Uruzgan, according to local officials, an unprecedented move in an area where a big part of poppy was being cultivated in the past years.
Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), through its representative mission in Afghanistan, has concluded a project to provide clean drinking water in south and southeastern Afghanistan, with a total budget of $400,000.
Afghan ministry of public health has said more than 3.5 million people in Afghanistan are using drugs, and that nearly 1.5 million of whom are fully addicted.
Thousands of new or modified buildings will help to protect students in areas that are vulnerable to natural disasters.
The dangers of working as a journalist in Afghanistan have been dramatically underlined by an attack in the capital Kabul on Monday in which nine Afghan photographers and reporters were killed.
An Afghan agency supporting open media-Nai- has proposed the 30th of April should be named as the day of “Victims of Freedom of Speech” to honor the 9 journalists who were killed yesterday in a brutal suicide attack in Kabul.
Addressing a conference held on introducing of this law to relative ministries in Kabul MoWA deputy of Plicy Spogmai Wardak said. “The concerned departments should take practical steps for its implementation.