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Ministry of borders and tribuls affairs

<p style="text-align:right;"><strong>د سرحدونو او قبایلو چارو وزارت</strong></p> <p style="text-align:right;">د افغانستان اسلامي جمهوري دولت د سرحدونو او قبایلو چارو وزارت یو رهبری کوونکی وزارت دی، چه د قبایلو او سرحد میشتو ولسونو د حمایت او دهغوی اړتیاوو د په ګوته کولو او د حل په برخه کې همکاري کوي</p> <p style="text-align:right;">د دې تر څنګ دغه وزارت د ملی یووالی د سرحدونو ساتنی او ټولنیز عدالت، د هیواد په کچه  د متوازن انکشاف فضا رامنځته کولو مسؤلیت پر غاړه لري او همدارنګه دغه  وزارت  د ملیت،  قومیت او جنیسیت په  نظرکی نه نیولو سره هڅه کوی تر څو د افغانانو تر منځ د سوکالی  لپاره بیلا بیلی کړنی ترسره او د ولسونو او دولت ترمنځ واټن له منځه یوسي، چې په نتیجه کې یې د یو موټیتوب او باور فضا پیاوړی کړی</p> <p style="text-align:right;">دغه راز د ولسونو دغه  باور په پایله کی دې ځوریدلی او جنګ ځپلی هیواد ته د سولی او ثبات په راوستلوکی مرسته  وکړئ</p>


Ministry of Public Works (MoPW)  National Rural Access Program (NRAP) logo

Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) National Rural Access Program (NRAP)

<p>Governmental officeThe Ministry of Public Works (MPW) is responsible for the planning, monitoring, maintenance and development of the various transport infrastructure projects such as Roads, Bridges, Culverts, Railway and Airport in the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Therefore to enhance the capacity to strengthen its ability to deliver effective, efficient and transparent services in MPW the Human Resource Directorate wishes to recruit the following staff on contract basis from development Budget for the Ministry of Public works.</p> <p><strong>National Rural Access Program (NRAP)</strong></p> <p>The Government of Afghanistan has received a grant from the World Bank toward the cost of the proposed Afghanistan Rural Access Project (ARAP) under National Rural Access Program (NRAP). NRAP is a priority program of Government of Afghanistan. Ministry of Public Works (MPW) is the implementing agency for secondary roads under the proposed project.</p> <p>The proposed project will provide access to rural communities throughout the country and will quickly restore economic activities though employment generation and access to markets, business opportunities and access to other social services. The Project comprises of different activities e.g. Improvement of rural secondary roads, construction of bridges, rural roads maintenance and institutional strengthening.</p> <p>ARAP aims to enhance human security and promote equitable economic growth by ensuring year round access to basic services and facilities in rural Afghanistan by promoting local productive capacity, through a private sector led development of physical rural access infrastructure and employment creation for the poor. In doing so ARAP seeks to rehabilitate, reconstruct and maintain essential rural access infrastructure using appropriate labor based approaches thereby creating short term employment opportunities for the rural poor, nation-wide.</p> <p>The National Rural Access program has been being substantially supported by International Development Association IDA, Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF) through the WB in Afghanistan and several other contributing donors.</p> <p>The Afghanistan Rural Access Project (ARAP) is follow-on project to the series of Bank’s supports made in the last ten years to the government through National Rural Access program. The collective estimated cost of the project is US$ 332 million contributed by both IDA US$125 million and ARTF US$ 207 million.</p>


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Chief of Staff General Directorate | Ministry of Finance

<p><strong>Background:</strong></p> <p>The Ministry of Finance (MoF) is specifically responsible for the management and execution of the budget, collection of taxes, organization and control of public expenditure and payments to the government and finally the management of Customs. Every government has to know the status of its revenues and expenditures, the management of its financial resources and to allocate them effectively.<br /> The major portion of the Afghan budget is financed by international assistance. The Ministry of Finance as the responsible body for public finance and expenditure is increasing step by step its influence on coordination and management of international financial assistance to Afghanistan, and convincing donors to channel more funds through the government treasury.<br /> For the past few years, the Ministry of Finance has been trying to regulate its activities according to international rules and regulations. To achieve this goal, the MoF established a Staff recruitment Section as well as a Policy Design and Execution Unit, and has continually embarked on training and capacity building of its staff.<br /> The aim of the MoF is to manage the financial affairs of the country through scientific economic principles so that Afghanistan becomes economically sustainable, secure and self-sufficient that is to ensure that public wealth is used in an accountable and transparent manner.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p>


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Ministry of communication and IT-NIXA

<p>The vision of Ministry of Communication and IT (MCIT) for Afghanistan is a thriving the digital economy and information society powered by knowledge and the innovative use of information and communication technologies to strengthen our country’s economy, improve public services, increase productivity, create jobs, and improve the lives of all Afghans.</p> <p> </p> <p>To provide ease of access to a reliable and cost effective ICT infrastructure and quality e-service delivery. Promote sustainable development of the country’s ICT sector.  Improve ICT services and make available the latest technological innovations. Meet the public expectations for ICT and as a whole contribute to the socio-economic development and transformation of the existing economy into a digital economy.</p> <p> </p> <p>The goals and mandate set for MCIT for the upcoming 5 years are:</p> <p>To provide strategic leadership and supervision in ICT, Information and National Guidance for sustainable development;  <br /> To develop an inclusive knowledge based society via provision of high quality broadband services throughout the country;  <br /> To provide guidance and strategic direction on access to public information, postal service, telecommunication, information and  communication technology and digital media;<br /> To transform the existing manual, time-consuming and costly government procedures into more efficient electronic processes;<br /> To facilitate the private sector development and attraction through provision of required government based services and support for ensuring their inclusion in digital economy;  <br /> Facilitate digital connectivity, Internet and cost-effective access to information and communications infrastructure and services throughout the country; <br /> Promote the utilization of ICT as a cross-cutting issue in all sectors, to enhance the accelerated socio-economic growth and development through dissemination of public information and provision of innovative information and communication technologies;<br /> Formulate and implement policies of postal public services, electronic public services, and information technology and communication technology;<br /> To guide, deliver and supervise the information services, new technology, communication and postal services to Government ministries and departments, both locally and externally;<br /> Facilitate and reduce the administrative burdens to attract investments, both domestic and foreign and promote the creation of jobs;</p> <p>Facilitate and lower down the administrative burdens to attract investments, both domestic and foreign to promote creation of jobs.</p>


Ministry of communication and IT- Post directorate logo

Ministry of communication and IT- Post directorate

<p>The vision of Ministry of Communication and IT (MCIT) for Afghanistan is a thriving the digital economy and information society powered by knowledge and the innovative use of information and communication technologies to strengthen our country’s economy, improve public services, increase productivity, create jobs, and improve the lives of all Afghans.</p> <p> </p> <p>To provide ease of access to a reliable and cost effective ICT infrastructure and quality e-service delivery. Promote sustainable development of the country’s ICT sector.  Improve ICT services and make available the latest technological innovations. Meet the public expectations for ICT and as a whole contribute to the socio-economic development and transformation of the existing economy into a digital economy.</p> <p> </p> <p>The goals and mandate set for MCIT for the upcoming 5 years are:</p> <p>To provide strategic leadership and supervision in ICT, Information and National Guidance for sustainable development;  <br /> To develop an inclusive knowledge based society via provision of high quality broadband services throughout the country;  <br /> To provide guidance and strategic direction on access to public information, postal service, telecommunication, information and  communication technology and digital media;<br /> To transform the existing manual, time-consuming and costly government procedures into more efficient electronic processes;<br /> To facilitate the private sector development and attraction through provision of required government based services and support for ensuring their inclusion in digital economy;  <br /> Facilitate digital connectivity, Internet and cost-effective access to information and communications infrastructure and services throughout the country; <br /> Promote the utilization of ICT as a cross-cutting issue in all sectors, to enhance the accelerated socio-economic growth and development through dissemination of public information and provision of innovative information and communication technologies;<br /> Formulate and implement policies of postal public services, electronic public services, and information technology and communication technology;<br /> To guide, deliver and supervise the information services, new technology, communication and postal services to Government ministries and departments, both locally and externally;<br /> Facilitate and reduce the administrative burdens to attract investments, both domestic and foreign and promote the creation of jobs;</p> <p>Facilitate and lower down the administrative burdens to attract investments, both domestic and foreign to promote creation of jobs.</p>


Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) Sustainable Reform and Technical Assistance Project (SRTAP) logo

Ministry of Public Works (MoPW) Sustainable Reform and Technical Assistance Project (SRTAP)

<p>Governmental officeThe Ministry of Public Works (MPW) is responsible for the planning, monitoring, maintenance and development of the various transport infrastructure projects such as Roads, Bridges, Culverts, Railway and Airport in the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Therefore to enhance the capacity to strengthen its ability to deliver effective, efficient and transparent services in MPW the Human Resource Directorate wishes to recruit the following staff on contract basis from development Budget for the Ministry of Public works.</p>


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Ministry of Urban Development and Land

<p style="text-align:right;"><strong>در باره وزارت شهرسازی واراضی</strong></p> <p style="text-align:right;">به اساس فرمان شماره (107) مورخ 10/9/1397 مقام عالی ریاست جمهوری ا.ا ادغام اداره اراضی افغانستان با وزارت شهرسازی و مسکن بمنظور ایجاد اصلاحات سالم در سیستم زمینداری وهمچنان جلوگیری از تورم تشکیلاتی و ادارات موازی در ساختار دولت تحت عنوان وزارت شهرسازی وارضی که در جنب تشکیل آن معینیت امور زمینداری ایجاد گردیده که ریاست ثبت ساحات غیر رسمی شهری  تحت این معینیت فعالیت مینماید.</p> <p style="text-align:right;">ریاست متذکره در حال حاضر در هشت ولایت فعالیت داشته و به اساس پلان از قبل منظور شده در تمامی ولایات فعالیت های خویش را توسعه میبخشند. تااکنون بیشتر از 2000 قطعه سند ملکیت موقت را برای شهروندان کشور توزیع نموده و عنقریب به تعداد (1500)قطعه سند ملکیت موقت دیگررا  نیز توزیع خواهند نمود.</p> <p style="text-align:right;">  </p> <p> </p>


Independent Directorate of Local Governance, Deputy Ministry of Municipalities (IDLG/DMM) logo

Independent Directorate of Local Governance, Deputy Ministry of Municipalities (IDLG/DMM)

<p> <strong>Introduction to the IDLG</strong></p> <p>The Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) was established in August 2007 pursuant to a decree by the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, with the mandate of transferring civilian responsibilities of the then Ministry of Interior (MoI) to an independent entity.  Furthermore, in accordance with the Presidential decree, the responsibility of supporting the Provincial Councils was delegated to IDLG, which was then also designated as the only entity responsible in Afghanistan for local governance. IDLG was established for the purpose of strengthening good governance, provision of services, consolidating stability, accountability and transparency at sub-national levels through strong and capable sub-national government administrations. The core mandate of the IDLG includes:</p> <p>Improving local governance to ensure access  to development, stability and security;<br /> Providing good governance in the local level; and<br /> Supporting local administration and ensuring public participation in the decision making process.</p> <p>The mandate of the IDLG has then been divided into 4 core areas:</p> <p>Policymaking: developing sub-national governance policy and revision of laws, regulations and bylaws in accordance with this policy;<br /> Institutional development: supporting institutions, capacity building and supporting sub- national administrations;<br /> Inclusive Governance: supporting participation of stakeholders and citizens in the sub-national governance processes;<br /> Supporting: facilitating implementation of national programs through sub-national governance entities.</p> <p> </p> <p>The IDLG is headed by a General Director, of equivalent rank as a Minister. He/ She is supported by Directorates of Staff, Information and Public Awareness, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Internal Audit. The IDLG is then divided into the 3 Deputy Ministries of Municipalities (DMM), Administration and Finance (DAF), and Policy (DMP).</p> <p><strong>Introduction about CIP:</strong></p> <p>CIP, together with the ongoing KMDP and UDSP (and the anticipated EZ-Kar Project), would provide a well-integrated and sequenced program of institutional development, training, and investment financing that are vital in supporting Afghanistans urban development needs.  The UDSP is strengthening the institutional foundation for strategic development planning at the city level and enabling the preparation of a pipeline of municipal investments at five PCCs.  As a follow-on operation, the CIP would be designed in two phases using the SOP as follows:  SOP I ($50m, 5 years) would provide financing for priority investments, while expanding SDF preparation to include four additional cities, and SOP II ($150m, 5 years) would provide financing for catalytic investments in nine cities.  In SOP I, CIP would set-up and mobilize the mechanism for performance-based financing for critical municipal investments. SOP I would be implemented by IDLG over a five-year period and would have four components.</p> <p><strong> </strong></p>


Ministry of communication and IT- Directorate RTDMS logo

Ministry of communication and IT- Directorate RTDMS

<p>Based on the Afghan Government telecom service law, all telecom services are subjected to 10% service fees collecting thorough all telecom and internet service providers in the country. In order to implement the law MOF, MCIT and ATRA have been assigned the task to establish a Real Time Data Management System for the purpose of transparency in controlling the 10% Service Charge deduction and collection throughout the country, and to report ICT sector revenue .In order to realize the actual real-time requirement for 10% tax deduction and revenue assurance, The System should have online interface with all operators to get the voucher card (VC) recharge/any recharge message from Operators Billing, Core ,Value Added Services (VAS) systems whenever subscriber do top-up or recharge then operators systems should also send online message to MoF/MCIT RTDMS /RA System.The system should be designed based on VC recharge/Online top up flow of Operators and then should produce interface document to get the online recharge transactions from each operators billing system and record into RTDMS/RA System.</p>


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Ministry of Mines & Petroleum MoMP

<p>Ministry of Mines and Petroleum is an enabler of the sector’s development and steward of all mineral and hydrocarbon resources through the implementation of international best practice, policies, regulations and procedures to encourage environmentally and socially acceptable private investment. It is the responsibility of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum to ensure progress in research, exploration, development, and exploitation of both minerals and hydrocarbons. The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum approach is to create the highest level of ministerial competence, promote clear and transparent investment opportunities through modern laws, regulation and policies; and develop a progressive and inviting fiscal regime. The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum has number of development projects which are setting up, supporting and monitoring through the PSU Directorate within the Ministry of Mines &amp; Petroleum. The PSU is now seeking well qualified individual for the position of HR Officer to work in PUS Directorate at MoMP.</p>


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