The Afghanistan Institute of Civil Society (AICS), launched on February 17 in Kabul, to support an enabling environment for local organizations. The Institute encourages the growth of a vibrant, credible, and effective civil society, promoting pluralism and participatory, inclusive development in Afghanistan.
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A new Institute promoting Afghanistan civil society was launched today in Kabul. The Afghanistan Institute for Civil Society’s objective is to act as an independent, national agency that raises the credibility of civil society actors, by certifying them in accordance with locally defined and internationally recognized standards.
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