A group of youth from northern Balkh province have embarked on a ‘peace walk’ from Mazar e Sharif to Kabul, aimed at promoting peace and unity in a country torn by strife and violence.
For Javed Rahimi, 24-year-old student at Kabul University, air pollution is as dangerous as missiles and drones. Before leaving his home in the morning, Rahimi covers his face with a thick mask. He knows there are toxic fumes floating in the air.
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul on Monday announced 2016-2017 Fulbright Graduate Fellowship Program for Afghan students to pursue a fully-funded Master’s degree in American universities.
During his meeting with Afghan women activists on Sunday, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the national unity government, said the government is fully committed to implement the USAID project for women in Afghanistan, Promote.
A total of 30 civil society organizations, most of them working for youth, came together on Saturday to organise a day-long youth engagement conference in Kabul.
According to a new Gallup World Poll, which tracks life evaluations, life in Afghanistan has become increasingly bleak and depressing, marked by suffering and pain.
The brave woman from western province of Farah who shot dead at least 25 Taliban insurgents after engaging them in a fierce gunfight recently was felicitated by vice president
The Saudi government has pledged to fund the construction of the largest religious seminary in Afghanistan.
Two Afghans who won 2014 N-Peace Award: a women’s rights activist and a Taliban commander turned peace-builder
Over the past once decade, Afghans have unarguably taken giant strides and contributed to the incredible change taking place in their country. Many men and women