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Program Officer for Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Pro, Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program, Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development

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What changed your country the most? What and which reform?

In Afghanistan, a lot of efforts and money are being spent to develop physical and virtual structures. Unfortunately, the result is not satisfactory due insufficient skills the reformer have in public sector, or that idea for reform was not feasible or viable.
What changed your country the most? What and which reform?
In your opinion, what criteria should a reformer have? If they don’t, how we build them? How would you reform the reformers?

An idea or tip of you which impacted well in your country would help me for reconstruction of Afghanistan.
Thanking you in advance

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    Jun 30 2012: For my counrty it's our fight against Genocide and all form of Tyranny done by Pakistan in 1971 ....
    As a result we became a secular independent country
    • Jul 1 2012: Dear Salim,

      What major efforts were part of your countries fight?

      Thank you
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        Jul 1 2012: Dear Shokrullah
        It's the proverbial charismatic leadership of Shikh Mujib , who rightly could understand people'e desire and could inspire them to fight even almost bare hand against heavily armed Pakistani army with modern weapon...
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      Jul 9 2012: Human rights legislation is the most important thing Canada has done to improve our own country and the world, in my opinion.

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