Democratic Governance

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NIBP Second Quarter Progress Report 2012

NIBP Second Quarter Progress Report 2012, a renewed emphasis on developing capacity among civil servants at the sub-national level. Towards this end, national and international Capacity Development Advisors (CDAs) were placed in Bamyan, Balkh, Herat, Kabul, Kandahar, Kunduz, and Nangahar. In themore

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NIBP Second Quarter Progress Report 2013

NIBP Second Quarter Progress Report 2013, a renewed emphasis on developing capacity among civil servants at the sub-national level. Towards this end, national and international Capacity Development Advisors (CDAs) were placed in Bamyan, Balkh, Herat, Kabul, Kandahar, Kunduz, and Nangahar. In themore

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NIBP Third Quarter Progress Report 2012

NIBP Third Quarter Progress Report 2012, a renewed emphasis on developing capacity among civil servants at the sub-national level. Towards this end, national and international Capacity Development Advisors (CDAs) were placed in Bamyan, Balkh, Herat, Kabul, Kandahar, Kunduz, and Nangahar. In themore

Our Work - Democratic Governance
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Most Afghans live in rural areas with limited opportunities to take part in any decisions linked to the development of their community and with no ability to elect their representatives. With UNDP support, the country is gradually moving towards a merit-based system of high-level appointments at the district, municipal and provincial levels. UNDP is leading with its multi-donor program, the Afghanistan Sub-National Governance Programme (ASGP) and supporting the government to strengthen sub-national governance structures.

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