October 22, 2018
Today, the Ministry of Finance Policy department launched a 20-part video series on reforms titled ‘A Transformation in Progress,’ in preparation for the upcoming Geneva Conference on Afghanistan on November 27 and 28, 2018.
The first episode, launched today, is ‘Part 1: Implementing Reforms: A Transformation in Progress’ and can be viewed here.
The video series features over 50 interviews with Afghan citizens and Afghan government officials in charge of implementing government reforms and programs, and features citizens’ voices on how government reforms and programs have impacted their lives. The series was filmed in all four regions of the country, including in Kabul, Nangarhar, Kandahar, Herat, Bamian and Parwan.
The videos explain the government’s top achievements on implementing reforms and programs so far, and show how these achievements have impacted the lives of Afghan citizens. The series covers various reform sectors including fiscal and economic, anti-corruption and justice sector, public sector and civil service, subnational governance, electoral, service-delivery, private sector, agricultural development, women’s empowerment, urban development, natural resource and mineral development, cultural heritage, reintegration of returnees and IDPs, human capital, regional connectivity, and reforms to the policy-making process.
Two to three episodes per week will be published on the Policy department’s YouTube Channel, Facebook, and Twitter and also made available on the Ministry’s new reforms tracking website, reforms.gov.af, as of November 8.
A 10-minute finale will be screened at the Geneva Conference on Afghanistan.
For more information on the Geneva Conference visit www.geneva.mof.gov.af