KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- Reform and modernization of procedures for enforcing civil and commercial court judgments are crucial to building Afghanistan’s economy.
That is the rationale behind USAID’s efforts to assist the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) as it prepares, in partnership with other stakeholders such as the Afghanistan Supreme Court, to modernize Afghanistan’s outdated Law on the Acquisition of Rights.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- On May 10, the Supreme Court inducted 183 judicial candidates into the 25th Stage Judicial Training Program at Kabul Polytechnic University. These judicial candidates, graduates of Law and Sharia faculties and madrassas from across Afghanistan, will train for the next 36 weeks to become the next generation of judges.
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SHEIK MESRI NEW TOWNSHIP, NANGARHAR, AFGHANISTAN- Local and provincial government members participated in a groundbreaking on May 5th for an 8km gravel access road which will intersect with the European Community-funded Jalalabad Bypass road. The road will link Sheik Mesri New Township with Jalalabad and the broader Nangarhar community.
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN- Minister of Public Health Dr. Sayed Amin Fatimi opened the Afghan Midwives Association (AMA) 4th Annual Congress on May 3, 2008, in Kabul. After remarks by Deputy Minister of Women’s Affairs Palwasha Kakar, over 450 attendees from throughout Afghanistan assessed the progress the AMA has made since its inception in 2005.
Last updated: September 23, 2014