Taking ownership: Afghan government to amend land law
Photo Credit: U.S. Army Sgt. April Campbell, International Security Assistance Force Public Affairs
KABUL, AFGHANISTAN " Afghan government ministers from the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, the Ministry of Justice, the High Office of Oversight for Implementation of Anti-Corruption and the United States Aid for International Development spoke at the beginning of a consultation workshop to review proposed amendments to the national law governing land management at the Afghanistan Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, Oct. 25. Second only to the Afghan people, land is a crucial resource for the Afghan government " they fight to secure it and work hard to develop it to bring economic stability to the nation. In an effort to further these causes, the Afghan government, partnered with the United States Aid for International Development's Land Reform in Afghanistan Project and members of the International Security Assistance Force, is taking steps to better manage the land for the Afghan people.
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