This workshop report combines the proceedings from two workshops held in 2017 and 2018 as part of the Afghanistan Rights Monitor Project (ARM), funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs. APPRO sincerely thanks all the invited guests, their active participation, and contribution to the two workshops.
This annotated bibliography is compiled as part of the Citizens’ Forum Against Corruption (CFAC) project, part-funded by the European Delegation – Afghanistan and implemented by Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (APPRO). The bibliography is intended to assist multiple actors with projects or programming on anti-corruption in Afghanistan. The compilation will be updated twice per year, with […]
This manual is structured in three parts and serves as a resource for understanding the budget process in Afghanistan and identifying entry points for civil society to engage with budgeting authorities to ensure that citizens’ needs and concerns are accounted for and addressed in budget decisions.
The first part of this manual describes the basic principles of budgeting within a good governance framework. The second part describes the budgeting process in Afghanistan. The third part of this manual focuses on how and during which stages of the budget process CSOs and Local Authorities (LAs) can jointly influence budgeting decisions of the national government and elected officials to include local needs and priorities in annual government budgeting, particularly in the health and education sectors.
This manual is prepared as a brief, practical guide to monitoring and evaluation based on international standards. The manual provides working definitions for key terms, followed by practical examples of how to develop indicators, design and carry out monitoring, and conduct evaluations.
As a profession, policy analysis examines what actions would best serve the public interest in a given situation, and how those actions can be successfully elaborated as formal policy and implemented by state actors with support from their civil society constituents. To increase the likelihood of success and sustainability of policy outcomes, modern policy analysis […]
This manual is developed as a result of APPRO’s collaboration and interaction with numerous government agencies and civil society organizations throughout Afghanistan since 2007. The manual is intended to serve as a resource for policy and advocacy trainers and civil society individuals and organizations that wish to pursue positive societal change through constructive, evidence-based advocacy.
این راهنما نتیجه همکاری و ارتباط موسسه مطالعات عامه افغانستان با تعداد زیادی از سازمان های دولتی و سازمان های جامعه مدنی در سراسر افغانستان از سال 2007 به این سو می باشد. این کتاب راهنما به عنوان یک منبع برای آموزگاران پالیسی و دادخواهی و افراد و سازمان هایی جامعه مدنی که مایل به آوردن تغیر مثبت در جامعه از طریق دادخواهی سازنده و مبتنی بر
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