Afghan women have gained improved access to public services and the public sphere following the harsh years of Taliban rule
For most of Afghanistan’s history, central government and its services barely extended beyond Kabul. In most provinces and districts, tribal traditions and influential local leaders were in control.
UNDP works to build the capacity of Afghan justice sector institutions and to ensure access to justice for women, children, prisoners and detainees.
UNDP’s Making Budgets and Aid Work (MBAW) project provides technical assistance to the Ministry of Finance to develop institutional capacity for improved budget planning and management, policy and…
Following the elections in 2014, there was a peaceful political transition to the National Unity Government under the leadership of President Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah.