29Dec 19

Reshaping My Destiny

Luxury, Comfort, Happiness, Safety, Security are all adjectives that we aspire for, but do not necessarily get. Being from Afghanistan and living there for most of my life, I have learned this bitter truth. Despite living in the same planet and breathing the same air, we can lead totally different realities, and unfortunately for many Afghans, the reality is a constant struggle for survival. I was fortunate enough to study abroad and reshape the life that was set for me. Today, I have traveled to many countries and seen the different realities that they all lead; however, none of those realities could change my identity. I am an Afghan female that will always be measured with different stereotypes, some more understanding, while others might see…

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28Jul 19

Mrs.jamila Afghani Presentation on women,peace and security

Mrs.jamila Afghani Presentation on women,peace and security -The situation in Afghanistan -Security Council ,8857th meeting for more information click the link : http://webtv.un.org/watch/the-situation-in-afghanistan-security-council-8587th-meeting/6064390699001/

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13Jul 19

CREATING EMPOWERED COMMUNICATORS TO REDUCE CONFLICTS IN PROMOTING JUSTICE AND CIVIL LIBERTY

A five-day Mediation Training Program conducted in April 2019 by Medica Afghanistan (MA) resulted in an awe-inspiring and exhilarating experience for Rehman Virani, a Georgian State accredited Mediator/Trainer from Atlanta, US and Rukhsana Abdulla, a Trainer/Mediator from London, UK! The participants were selected by the MA Program Director, Mrs Saifora Paktiss for this Mediation Training Program, and Train the Trainers Program and included Prosecution Officers, from the department of Elimination of Violence against Women, members from the FRU (Family Response Units) Women police officers and one policeman! An important element of the training Program was to ensure that it encompassed the local wisdom and traditions and the basic ethical principles of the faith of Islam, which emphasizes the importance of care and compassion within the…

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Our Current Programs

Advocacy

Medica Afghanistan’s Advocacy work complements the direct services by raising public awareness about violence against women and waging creative campaigns to stop it. Our Advocacy staff members—trained in communication, public policy, human rights and gender issues—create publicity, lobby political leaders and the Afghan government, and provide trainings to officials and opinion-makers to change public attitudes . . .
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Legal Aid

Medica Afghanistan’s legal aid program serves women and girls who have come into conflict with the criminal law or seek a solution to a civil issue. Medica Afghanistan provides legal advice, legal representation and defense, and family mediation. In addition, in cases of women released from prison into their families and communities, Medica Afghanistan’s lawyers and social workers follow up with mediation to resolve family conflicts  . . .
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Psychosocial Counseling

Medica Afghanistan provides psychosocial group and individual counseling to women and girls at key location throughout Kabul, including districts 5,7,8, and 13, the Women’s Garden, the Juvenile Center, the women’s prison and women’s shelters. Medica Afghanistanalso maintains consultation centers in three government hospitals: Rabia Balkhi and Stomatology in Kabul, and the regional hospital in Herat. In the hospitals Medica . . .
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