National Advocacy Committee for Public Policy (NAC-PP) has been holding a series of Open Forums on Peace, with support from Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (APPRO). The Open Forums are intended to create inclusive and open spaces for multiple stakeholders with conflicting agendas from civil society, government authorities, opposition groups and international entities to articulate and debate their positions on peace and, ultimately, come to a consensus on how to attain enduring peace in Afghanistan. These forums are open to everyone. NAC-PP and APPRO are both non-profit and non-partisan organizations. Read more...
Availability, access, and use of education as a fundamental right enshrined in Afghanistan’s
Constitution varies significantly across the country.
Food security remains a critical issue throughout Afghanistan. Food aid by international agencies active in Afghanistan is insufficient to feed all of those in need.
In most of Afghanistan, and particularly outside of main city centers, state justice
institutions are not able to effectively address justice needs of the majority of citizens.
Building on recent expressions of political will to curb corruption, the Anti-Corruption Sub-Committee of NAC engages civil society actors, private sector entities and their organizations
Recognizing the shortcomings in gender-sensitive development policy making, the United Nations Security Council adopted Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325) on October 31, 2000
Despite improvements over the past 15 years, the availability, access and quality of health services continue to face serious challenges throughout Afghanistan. An estimated 9 million Afghans are still without access to basic health facilities
In an increasingly tense security environment and persistent economic instability, Afghanistan is likely to continue witnessing rising waves of out-migration and forced return...