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Ministry of Agriculture Irriga...

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The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock is a key ministry of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan that aims to develop the agriculture, irrigation and livestock of the rural and urban communities. The Ministry is expected to lay the foundations for a long-term strengthening of local agriculture, to promote governance, to rebuild social capital and leadership within villages and neighborhoods, and to provide assistance for rehabilitation and development to communities

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  • Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation and livestock (MAIL)
    Afghanistan
    Oct 30, 2019

    Under the overall guidance of the Provincial Forestry Officer, PAIL’s NRM dept and forestry directorate, the incumbent will be responsible for the implementation of the field practices of the project including site selection, community mobilization, formation of Forest Management Associations (FMAs), identification and capacity building of interested households under FMAs and carrying out technical home nursery and forest restoration/conservation practices in the field.


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  • Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation and livestock (MAIL)
    Afghanistan
    Oct 24, 2019

    The incumbent shall effectively and efficiently implementation Kabul Greenbelt Project at field level, which includes from project survey, design, tree and grasses plantation, operations and maintenance, supervision, monitoring, and timely-based reporting.

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  • Oct 20, 2019

    Under the overall guidance of Director General of NRM and National HNP Coordinator the incumbent shall prepare value adding plans and carry out a value chain and market assessments in Loya Paktia (and beyond as appropriate), conduct business researches to provide evidence-based information to program design and better understand the supply and demand commodities and enhance business oriented natural resource management approaches.


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