This assessment was carried out in April 2018 to examine progress toward implementing Afghanistan’s NAP 1325 since June 2015, with a focus on the budgeting process to fund implementation. Despite the impressively organized and efficient budgeting process, the fact remains that movement on implementing NAP 1325 took almost two years to commence. In many ways, this long delay to start implementation is symptomatic of all other well-meaning policies made in Afghanistan since 2001: policies and plans tend to mostly remain on paper while “the public” is almost always absent from the making of policies and their implementation.
All studies of child labor show, overwhelmingly, that poverty is a major driver of the problem. Children engaged in work are often deprived of education and therefore miss out on the life opportunities that formal education can bring. There are, in addition, societal impacts from widespread child labor, such as the emergence of whole generations […]
The objective for this and future monitoring reports is to evaluate the conditions for women, and improvements / setbacks in the implementation of NAP 1325 across twelve provinces (29 districts). Improvements and setbacks in each province are analyzed under the Participation, Protection, Prevention, and Relief and Recovery Pillars of NAP 1325. A baseline assessment was conducted […]
The purpose of this case study is to examine the actual and potential role of mosques in alleviating food insecurity for the most vulnerable in three selected provinces of Afghanistan – Nangarhar, Bamyan, and Nimruz – while identifying pathways forward for interventions to improve food insecurity.
This research was carried out to assess the availability, adequacy, access and use of women’s shelters in relation to the Protection, Prevention, and Relief and Recovery pillars of NAP 1325. The research is intended to provide insights into some of the challenges in the implementation of programs, projects and services that would support the objectives of NAP 1325, particularly under the Protection and Prevention pillars.
این تحقیق برای سنجش موجودیت، بسندگی، دسترسی پذیری و کاربرد پذیری خانه های امن زنان در ارتباط با چهار رکن حفاظت، پیشگیری، امداد و رفاه پلان عمل 1325 انجام شده است. در این تحقیق کوشیده شده است تا دیدگاه ها وبینش هایی راجع به برخی از چالش های موجود در زمینۀ تطبیق برنامه ها، پروژه ها […]
دا څیړنه د ۱۳۲۵ کاري پلان د ساتنې، مخینوي، مرستې او هوساینې د ارکانو په اړه دڅلورو ستنو( ساتنې، مخنیوي، هوساینې او مرستۍ ) په تړاو د ښځو د امن کورونو د شتون، امکاناتو، سرسۍ او بسندتیا سنجونۍ لپاره ترسره شوي ده. غواړو په دې څېړنه کې په دی څیړنه کې هڅه شوی چی د […]
Research to date indicates that progress toward the implementation of NAP 1325 has been slow, at best. Disagreements between the Government of Afghanistan and its international donors on the implementation budget, finalized in October 2017, has been one of the main factors preventing the implementation of NAP 1325. At the same time several ministries and numerous civil society and international organizations have been working on issues relating to women, peace and security and NAP 1325. There appears to be a disconnect, however, between the requirements of fully implementing NAP 1325 and the collective efforts of the government, civil society organizations, and Afghanistan’s international donors for addressing gender inequality. The monitoring component of the NAP 1325 Monitor project has been designed to track changes affecting the implementation of NAP 1325, focusing on changes in the operating environment and decisions by the various stakeholders in programming on gender rights and equality. This report highlights these changes for the period May-August 2017 and their implications for implementing NAP 1325.