Treating animals and saving human lives

Kabul, July 2014. There are people In Afghanistan and all over the world who unselfishly dedicate themselves to welfare of animals, taking care of them and giving a new chance for maltreated creatures. Every now and then they hear the question “Why? Shouldn’t we take care of the suffering people first”? But that’s what Kabul based organization, Nowzad Dogs, do: while vaccinating dogs they fight against rabies which kills about 1000 people in Afghanistan every year.

Book launch at Attourney General’s Office

Kabul, July 2014. It was a day of celebration for Attourney General Mohammad Ishaq Aloko in Kabul: recently he proudly presented the newly published book “Attourney General’s Office (AGO) and performance in the last 12 years” to a distinguished audience, consisting of Omar Daudzai, Ministry of Interior, National Assembly and Supreme court members as well as trusted partners from the international community.

Community Policing course in Herat: Proactive Policing for the People

Herat, July 2014. Thirty Police officers have had a two days training in Community Policing (Police-e Mardume) concepts in Herat City. According to the Chief of Police-e Mardume, Colonel Nikzad and his team, the course is in line with the Afghan National Police and EUPOL strategies, to have all police officers trained in Community Policing.
The thirty police officers, including two women, were drawn from various units of Herat District. The training, which was an integral part of EUPOL’s comprehensive Project Phoenix, was held at Police District 3 headquarters in Herat.

Eid mubarak! اختر مو مبارک شه - عید شما مبارک باد

Kabul, 27 July 2014. Eid mubarak message from Pia Stjernvall, Acting Head of Mission. See below link to Youtube video and text in English, Dari and Pashto.

"On behalf of EUPOL Afghanistan I extend my very best wishes to the people of Afghanistan on the joyful occasion of Eid al Fitr. This is a time for families and for the celebration of what binds humanity together, both in Afghanistan and many Muslim communities worldwide.

New electronic staffing database revolutionises ANP Human Resources Management

 Kabul, July 2014. For the first time the Afghan National Police (ANP) are having E-Tashkeel (electronic organisational staffing plan database). Afghan Deputy Minister of Interior for Administration, Lieutenant General Ikramuddin Yawar, pressed the button to mark the launch of E-Tashkeel in a ceremony attended by high-ranking officials from the MoI, NTM-A and EUPOL.

EUPOL welcomes the audit of the Afghan Presidential run-off votes

Kabul, July 2014. EUPOL welcomes the auditing process of the Afghan presidential run-off votes which has now commenced. The EU recognises the Afghan ownership of this process, including a fair and balanced handling of complaints and the resolution of any disputes.

The European Union and its Member States are contributing to the audit with international observers, who will be observing the process in order to register and report irregularities to the EU Election Assessment Team (EU EAT).

“Every single police officer must stop corruption”

 Herat, July 2014. As many as 35 police officers from Police District 3 (PD3) attended an Anti-Corruption workshop in Herat province. The workshop was conducted by 2nd Lieutenant Rahim Qadiri, Head of Counter-Narcotics in PD3 who was a participant on the Train-the-Trainers course organised by EUPOL Anti-Corruption Department as part of Police Project Phoenix. 

Handover of computers and Child Rights and Policing booklets

 Kabul, July 2014. EUPOL Gender and Human Rights Mentor/Advisor Mika Noori handed over 2,800 booklets on Child Rights and Policing along with two computers, projectors and IT equipment as part of the Child Rights and Policing project to BG Hekmat Shahi Rasooli, Head of Human Rights, Women Rights and Children Affairs General Directorate at the Afghan Ministry of Interior (MoI).

First core investigators course graduation at Crime Management College

 Kabul, July 2014. The first graduation ceremony since the opening of the new Crime Management College (CMC) in February this year took place on 10 July on the grounds of the Afghan National Police Academy (ANPA): 33 investigators received proudly and with a big smile their certificates. They all participated in the five-week core investigators course where essential topics were covered such as crime scene management, investigative interviewing, evidence gathering, professional practice and intelligence techniques for crime investigating officers.

We are hiring: Join our team!

 Kabul, 12 July 2014. Do you want to work in a dynamic and international environment? Are you determined and looking for new challenges? Do you happen to be a Staff Counsellor/Critical Incident Coordinator, Supply Chain Coordination Officer, Expert to the Ministry of Interior or Analysis or Reporting Officer (amongst many others)? Then send us your application. We're looking for brilliant people to join us to make a difference and change happen!

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