The Afghan National Army (ANA) is critical to the success of the allied efforts in Afghanistan and the ultimate stability of the national government. This monograph assesses the ANA’s progress in the areas of recruitment, training, facilities, and operational capability. It draws on a variety of sources: in-country interviews with U.S.,
Afghan Hound - Vẻ Đẹp Kiêu Sa
NGUỒN GỐC : Afghanistan. ĐĂNG KÝ BỞI : Vương quốc Anh (Great Britain.) PHÂN LOẠI CỦA F.C.I. : Nhóm 10 Chó săn đuổi. Phân nhóm 1 Chó săn đuổi lông dài và có bờm cổ Giống chó săn không làm việc.
HÌNH DÁNG CHUNG : Tạo một ấn tượng mạnh về sức mạnh, sự dẻo dai và vẻ đường bệ, kết hợp với tốc độ và sức mạnh. Đầu ngẩng cao, kiêu hãnh.
Robot giết người đầu tiên tại Iraq/Afghan, được trang bị rất nhiều loại vũ khí, dùng trong tấn công, phòng thủ, chống bắn tỉa, phá mìn v.v. Vũ khí chủ yếu: 4 rocket 66-mm hoặc súng cối 40-mm 6 viên, cùng súng máy M240 hoặc M249. Chủ yếu dùng camera để điều khiển.
2. MAARS -Đời sau của SWORDS, sử dụng khẩu M240B làm vũ khí tiêu chuẩn. Đây là robot giết người tự động. Người sử dụng có thể định nghĩa bằng phần mềm vùng "giết" và "không giết"(non-kill).
Nguồn gốc có từ Châu Phi. Có nhiều ý kiến cho rằng Êtiopi là nguyên sản của giống mè trồng hiện nay. Tuy nhiên cũng có ý kiến cho rằng vùng Afghan - Persian mới là nguyên sản của các giống mè trồng. Mè là loại cây có dầu được trồng lâu đời (khoảng 2000 năm trước công nguyên). Sau đó được đưa vào vùng tiểu Á (Babylon) và được di về phía tây - vào châu Âu và phía nam vào châu Á dần dần được phân bố đến Ấn Độ và một số nước nam Á Trung Quốc....
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I. MỞ ĐẦU 1. Nguồn gốc Nguồn gốc có từ Châu Phi. Có nhiều ý kiến cho rằng Êtiopi là nguyên sản của giống mè trồng hiện nay. Tuy nhiên cũng có ý kiến cho rằng vùng Afghan - Persian mới là nguyên sản của các giống mè trồng. Mè là loại cây có dầu được trồng lâu đời (khoảng 2000 năm trước công nguyên). Sau đó được đưa vào vùng tiểu Á (Babylon) và được di về phía tây - vào châu Âu và phía nam vào châu Á dần dần...
As citizens, Afghan women face constitutional equality but legal inequality. Furthermore, there
are great discrepancies between customary law, civil law and Islamic Law - as well as the informal
justice system, which tends to grant women even less rights. Years of conflict and violence have
further eroded the protection of women's (limited) rights, and a culture of impunity reigns as
far as violence is concerned, including violence against women inside and outside the household.
Huairou Commission member in Binga District in the
Northwest of Zimbabwe, Ntengwe for Community
Development, with support from the Huairou
Commission, carried out an on-going land, property and
inheritance project at the grassroots level to provide
direction in the implementation of land rights and
property and inheritance rights for women and girls
through the support of women’s groups and community
dialogue. Watchdog groups were set up with 15 women
in each group. Women meet monthly for sharing
challenges and lessons learned.
ĐTDĐ đã thay đổi cuộc sống như thế nào? Sau 40 năm kể từ khi ra đời, ĐTDĐ đã biến hóa từ một vật trang sức xa xỉ đến một vật dụng có khắp mọi nơi. Rất nhiều người đang sử dụng, trải nghiệm và thay đổi cuộc sống nhờ ĐTDĐ.
The definition of gender roles is so central in Afghan society and culture, that any perceived or
planned changes require consultations not only with the household but also with the larger
community. Men and women to a large extent share the same cultural ethos and values,
including their conception of gender roles, and they seek to validate these within their
communities. Years of turmoil have furthermore left communities to their own devices,
strengthening the inherent distrust of external authorities and increased reliance upon
The former NOP director
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In following the hero of this story through the last Afghan war, you will be improving your acquaintance with
a country which is of supreme importance to the British Empire and, at the same time, be able to trace the
operations by which Lord Roberts made his great reputation as a general, and a leader of men. Afghanistan
stands as a line between the two great empires of England and Russia; and is likely, sooner or later, to become
the scene of a tremendous struggle between these nations. Happily, at the present time the Afghans are on our
side. It is true that we have...
In line with the Convention on the Rights of the Child, the MOPH Child and Adolescent Health Policy addresses health issues related to children, defined as persons between the ages of 0 and 18 years. Afghanistan has one of the world’s highest levels of infant and young child mortality. Two of the stated national objectives for the Health and Nutrition Sector for 2008 to 2013 in the Afghan National Development Strategy (ANDS) are to reduce newborn mortality and to reduce under 5s mortality.
The US government has cut back on its reporting over time, and its web pages now do little more that
report on current events. Unlike the Iraq War, there is no Department of Defense quarterly report on the
progress of the war, and efforts to create effective Afghan security, governance, and development. There
is no equivalent to the State Department weekly status report. Testimony to Congress, while useful, does
not provide detailed statements or back up slide with maps, graphs, and other data on the course of the
These omissions are not a minor issue. Far too much NATO and member government reporting focuses
almost exclusively on the fighting and kinetic developments. The Taliban, however, is not fighting the
same war as NATO/ISAF. It is seeking to expand its political and economic influence, not to defeat
NATO/ISAF and Afghan forces in open battle.
The Taliban and other Islamist fighters are also fighting a war of political attrition in an effort to outlast
NATO/ISAF presence, force out given countries and NGOs, and push the Afghan people into a belief they
must deal with the Taliban.
The “master storyteller” (Publishers Weekly) and bestselling author of Gates of Fire, The Afghan Campaign, and Killing Rommel returns with a stunning, chillingly plausible near-future thriller about the rise of a privately financed and global military…
As part of the process of formulating the Country Gender Assessment, a workshop was held
in Kabul in September 2004, to which a wide range of international and national agencies1
active in the various sectors covered by this report were invited. The goal was to gather
information about good practices and lessons learned and to benefit from the insight gained
by various agencies that have been working in Afghanistan in some cases for more than two
decades and whose expertise too rarely is drawn upon outside their own programs.
The Ministry of Women's Affairs (MoWA) was established by the Bonn Agreement and was
tasked by the interim and transitional governments of Afghanistan with responsibility for
advancing the role of women. Although new as a Ministry, a precedent institution for the
promotion of women has existed since 1928, when 'Society for the Protection of Women'
was established. As a quasi-government body, the 'Society' has faded or flourished with the
changing values of the Afghan political leadership throughout the 20th Century. ...
There are many critical limits in the material available. For example, Senlis -- which sometimes tends
to exaggerate the Taliban and Al Qa'ida challenge as part of its effort to increase aid and NATO/ISAF
troop strength -- provides most of the available maps that give some idea of the progress in the fighting
and the relative balance of Afghan Central government, Pakistani central government, NATO/ISAF,
Taliban, and Al Qa'ida presence and influence.
The end result is necessarily long and complex. The full brief runs over 200 pages.
In 2007 the number of attacks in Afghanistan’s Taliban- dominated insurgency exceeded that of the previous year,
in part because NATO and Afghan forces undertook many more offensive operations. Efforts to improve
governance and extend development were hampered by a lack of security in some areas and a general lack of
government capacity and competency. The ability of the Karzai government, NATO, and the United States to
defeat the Taliban will determine the continued support of the Afghan people for the government and the