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July 2, 2021

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USAID builds trust between citizens and government, paving the way for a more peaceful, prosperous, and self-reliant Afghanistan.  We support good governance, rule of law, anti-corruption, credible and transparent elections, and a vibrant civil society and independent media.  Promoting peace and reconciliation, as well as women’s civic and political engagement, is essential to the success of these efforts. 

June 28, 2021

USAID builds trust between citizens and government, paving the way for a more peaceful, prosperous, and self-reliant Afghanistan.  We support good governance, rule of law, anti-corruption, credible and transparent elections, and a vibrant civil society and independent media.  Promoting peace and reconciliation, as well as women’s civic and political engagement, is essential to the success of these efforts.

May 25, 2021

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Afghanistan Women’s Leadership Development (WLD) project equipped young women with skills to enable their inclusion in decision making in the socioeconomic issues of their country. The project was implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Higher Education, Ministry of Women’s Affairs, and Afghan Women’s Education Center.

May 25, 2021

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Promote: Women in Government (WIG) activity shook up gender norms in Afghanistan, making strides toward equity in the civil service. WIG provided the government of Afghanistan with a strategic opportunity to advance women’s inclusion in the public sector.

May 25, 2021

Women in the Economy (WIE) is a task order under USAID’s Promoting Gender Equity in National Priority Programs (Promote) initiative, a partnership between the Government of Afghanistan and USAID to secure the gains made by Afghan women since 2001 while providing a new generation of Afghan women with the leadership skills to make vital contributions to Afghanistan’s development in governance, civil society, and the economy.

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