In 2015, in the sector of health 667 projects amounted to 250.86 million dollars has been expended by NGOs.
In 2015, in the sector of Agriculture 353 projects amounted to 51.8 million dollars has been expended by NGOs.
In 2015, in the sector of Social Services 2536 projects amounted to 390.71 million dollars has been expended by NGOs.
In 2015, in the sector of Social Services 569 projects amounted to 127.02 million dollars has been expended by NGOs.
During the ceremony, a total of 41 licenses for the activities of National NGOs and 1 license for the activities of the International NGO were officially handed over to the authorities of these Organizations. Readmore
Mohammad Mustafa Mastoor is today appointed as acting minister of the Ministry of Economy by Excellency Mr. Sarwar Danesh Second Deputy President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Readmore
MEC meetingMr. Abdul Sattar Murad, at a press conference with the honorable friend of Sara Sharif, the head of the Parliamentary Coalition Against Corruption Readmore
The first focal point meetings with ten budgetary units and three UN agencies was conducted on July 17th, 2016 in conference hall of the Ministry of Economy. Readmore
The main purpose of this report is to show the real picture of the activities of NGOs and development activities of those National and International NGOs which have submitted their reports to MoEc in 2015.
MoEc is willing to launch the report of NGOs for the year 2015 that includes the expenditure and activities of NGOs all over Afghanistan. The main purpose of this report is to show Transparency, Accountability and providing information to the Government, Local people and Donors.
All the NGOs in dissolution list from Kabul and other provinces should present their activities report, implemented projects reports, ongoing projects and also expenditures reports to the directorate of NGOs until 21/10/2016.
Non-Government Organizations (NGOs) are voluntary in nature which operates as non-profitable, non-political institution for the social welfare and development of communities.
NGOs as non-profit organizations are established by volunteer, like-minded people who will work regardless of the material interests do social and cultural activities for public utility.
This law is enacted for the purpose of regulating the activities of domestic and foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Afghanistan.
Directorate of the NGO Coordination – Ministry of Economy has been the only place of registration for non-government organization in the country; moreover, four of the organizations have been selected as coordination bodies.
Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Ministry Of Economy, Directorate of NGOs
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