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IARCSC reiterates its commitment to continued national capacity development efforts

NIBP is a national capacity building project that builds capacity at all three levels i.e. institutional, organizational and individual with an ultimate aim to improve service delivery through a responsive, organized and efficient civil service. The project which started in January 2010 is now towards its end i.e. December 2013. During these four years, NIBP has supported some major national ministries and their provincial organizations such as MAIL, MoEc, MoCI, MRRD, MoTCA, MoLSAMD, MoIC, MoCIT, MoPH and IARCSC.

IARCSC vows to strengthen coordination and cooperation with the International Community and Donors

The IARCSC launched a new national initiative called the “Reform and Capacity Building Coordination Forum” to ensure a comprehensive and well-coordinated implementation of the Governance Cluster’s National Priority Program 3’s implementation and strengthen the Government of Afghanistan (GIRoA) and the International Community’s future cooperation on the strategic matters of public sector reforms and capacity building. 

An Afghan led Reform and Capacity Building Program:

The CBR program was introduced to the following ministries

Ministry of Finance Project Support Unit (MOF PSU) and Independent Administrative Reform & Civil Service Commission Project Support Unit (IARCSC PSU) have organized detail technical level discussions with the line ministries. In these meetings a detail presentation was presented to senior leadership (including the Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Director Generals and other senior staff) of the following ministries:

The New Phase of Open Competition for Appointment in Grade 1 and 2 through CBR

For upgrading capacities and improving better and more effective service delivery in civil service organizations, IARCSC, as per the direction of the presidential authority and to continue the process of administrative reforms of the country, initiated and launched a general examination for recruiting individuals for the common function positions of a number of ministries through CBR,

President Karzai Vows Reforms in Civil Service for Job Security

December 27, 2011 - At a meeting with a number of experts from the Civil Service administration, President Karzai said that job security for state employees and their confidence for future is an underlying condition for improved civil service in Afghanistan.

H.E President Hamid Karzai praises IARCSC's achievements in establishing critical mass for change and sustainable development of the civil service

At a meeting that was held on 06 Jadi 1390 (27 December, 2011) including H.E Mr Hamid Karzai the President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Dr Mushahid the Chairman of the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC), Rohullah Osmani the Director General of Programs’ Design and Management

Seminar on Anti-Corruption: Officials from the GoIRA Participated in a Seminar in Singapore on the Anti-Corruption Experiences of Singapore and Japan

A group of 18 senior government officials from various regulatory and oversight institutions in Afghanistan attended a customized seminar on anti-corruption in Singapore from 18 to 22 July 2011. 

Continuing Peacebuilding and Statebuilding Efforts

Africa Regional Meeting Provides Opportunity for Afghanistan to Share Its Experiences
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – From 7-9 September 2011, The Africa Regional Meeting on Peace building and State building was held in Addis Ababa and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan was represented at this meeting by Director General Mr. Rohullah Osmani of the IARCSC and Director General Mr. Javid Jalali of the Ministry of Finance.

Afghanistan delegation expresses admiration of AIT’s work

A delegation from Afghanistan has expressed admiration of the work done by the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) stating that it was “very impressed with AIT’s academic environment.” The delegation also sought a framework agreement with AIT, and invited the Institute’s representatives to visit Kabul to formalize the agreement.

Afghan Government focuses on developing civil service capacity with assistance from UNDP

Kabul, 20 August 2011 – Afghanistan’s government has prioritized training for civil servants as a means to develop much needed capacity. The Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (IARCSC), in collaboration with UNDP, is implementing the National Institution Building Project (NIBP) to address this critical need for professional civil servants.

Prioritizing Peacebuilding and Statebuilding in Fragile States:

Prioritizing Peacebuilding and Statebuilding in Fragile States: 
Focusing on Political Settlements, Security, Justice and Economic Growth before the Millennium Development Goals can be Achieved 

 

 
 
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