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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Newly graduated 25 female nurses introduced to the community

Twenty-five female students graduated from a two-year Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE) project and received their degrees in a ceremony in eastern Laghman province. CHNE project is funded by the Swedish International Development and Corporation Agency (SIDA) and is jointly implemented by Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) and Norwegian Afghanistan Committee (NAC) as a joint…

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Armed Forces Minister confirms increase in support to Afghanistan

Source: GOV.UK Britain’s increased support to Afghanistan is already helping the country to build a more secure and stable future, Armed Forces Minister Mike Penning has announced. Speaking on his first visit to Afghanistan the Minister reaffirmed the UK’s enduring commitment to the country. Britain stepped up its support to Afghanistan this year, increasing by…

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With 2.2 million Afghans feared to be on the move, UN agency to begin tracking displacements, aid relief

Amid concerns of a severe humanitarian crisis induced by sudden return home of hundreds of thousands of Afghan refugees and undocumented citizens, coupled with conflict-induced displacement, the United Nations migration agency has launched a new displacement tracking system to better understand population movements and needs in the crisis-struck country. “There is an urgent need to…

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