National Action Plan

Afghanistan


Launched: 2015 Expires: 2022
View Afghanistan's Most Recent NAP

Highlights

  • One of the first Muslim countries to launch a NAP
  • Led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in coordination with almost 20 government ministries and agencies
  • Involved extensive collaboration between civil society and government, including consultations across the country to gather women’s input on the plan
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Information & Analysis


Inclusive Security

The Latest Country to Adopt a Women, Peace, and Security Policy May Surprise You

Deputy ministers and agency heads approved a new national action plan commiting to the inclusion of both women and men in sustaining peace.

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OSCE

Implementation of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in Afghanistan

At the November 2013 High Level Conference on Women, Peace and Security in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Khojesta Fana Ebrahimkhel, Director of Human Rights and Women’s International Affairs in Afghanistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and member of Inclusive Security's Women Waging Peace Network, delivered this statement extolling Afghanistan's progress on implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1325, including developing a national action plan.

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