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Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Acting Minister of Information and Culture Hasina Safi in a visit to People’s Culture and Afghan Film Directorates reviewed their works and affairs.
During visiting various sections of the people’s culture department, acting minister of information and culture heard briefings being delivered by employees of the directorate related to their works and activities.
They shared their problems and demands with acting minister of information and culture, asking for attention to providing budget to cultural and art rewards.
Meanwhile, officials and employees of Afghan Film Directorate briefed related to works and achievements of the directorate’s various sections and shared a range of obstacles and problems particularly in structures of the directorate with acting minister of information and culture, asking for further attention in this regard.
After hearing problems, achievements, demands and problems of the employees and officials of the respective directorates, acting minister of information and culture said that works have been fulfilled in a better way despite of limited possibilities.
Stressing on regular and precision planning in the respective directorates, acting minister of information and culture said the ministry’s last goal was to do the job in a better and transparent way to serve the country’s people and culture.
Safi assured of addressing demands and problems of the respective directorates.

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Kabul (BNA) In a meeting with a number of girl members of the Afghanistan Women Network (AWN), Fazel Sancharaki, the Deputy Publication Minister of Information and Culture said the youth of the country has active role in the peace process, BNA reported the other day.
At the meeting, Fareshta Farukh, the in-charge of Advocacy Committee for the AWN provided information about the organization and said that the network had up to 650 members.
She asked the Ministry of Information and Culture (MoIC) for cooperation with the network, and the deputy minister touching on the youth role on peace process said they should play key role in negotiations with the government oppositions, according to the agency.  Sancharaki pledged cooperation with the Afghanistan Women Network and said the ministry with limited possibilities would be in their service, the agency quoted.

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Bazarak (BNA) Abdul Wadood Ali Mardan has been appointed as new director of information and culture for Panjshir.  He was introduced by deputy minister of finance and administrative for information and culture to employees of the relevant department.
In a ceremony held on this occasion attended by deputy governor of Panjshir, Senate’s first deputy Mohammad Alam Ezedyar and influenced figured, deputy minister of finance and administrative for information and culture Sayeda Mojgan Mustafavi considered changing as a principle, wishing success to the newly appointed director of information and culture for the province.
Previously, Ghulam Rasool was provincial director of information and culture for the respective province.
Accompanied by deputy governor of Panjshir Mohammad Amine Sediqi, Senate’s first deputy Mohammad Alam Ezedyar and provincial directors of various departments, Mustafavi went to Dashtak of Onaba district to open the province’s public library.
The three-floor public library with its two halls, six administrative rooms, bathrooms and others has been constructed in 3 acre land with total cost of 25 million Afghani funded by the MoIC.

Monday, September 23, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Ajmal Shahpoor, the Deputy Minister of Information and Culture on the Youth Affairs, in a meeting urged the youths to use all available opportunities for learning and development, BNA said the other day.
The meeting initiated by the Institute for Good Governance Studies (IGGS) and the Deputy Youth Ministry was held at the Kabul University, on Saturday, with the deputy minister pointed to the Youths’ current situations, according to the agency.
He asked the youth for using the available opportunities to study and develop, the agency added.
Providing information about the institute activities and good governance, Ahmad Etemadi, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and founder of the institute said his led organization was working on various plans for the empowerment of the youths and strengthening of their partnership.
Funded by the UN Monetary Fund, the meeting was held with initiation of the Institute for Good Governance Studies (IGGS) at the Kabul University, in which a number of government and education officials as well as wide number of youths from the center and provinces of the country have taken part.

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