Habiba Sarabi (@SarabiHabiba )

Habiba Sarabi

Bio Advisor to Afghan CEO on Women and Youth Affairs | former Bamyan Governor | RTs are not endorsed.
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Android : #National_Conference: Presence of Ashraf Ghani the president of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in such a critical situation at HPC and providing assurances for continuation of negotiations, is demonstrating the commitment of the government for peace. Chairman Khalili

Android : There is consensus among Afghans that war in #Afghanistan cannot be solved through fighting, they support peace talks: HPC chief Khalili
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Android : داکتر عبدالله Dr. Abdullah: برای زنان کشور اطمینان میدهیم که برای تامین صلح و پروسه صلح هیچگاه زنان افغان و دستاوردهای ایشان قربانی نخواهد شد. #Women #Peace #Afg https://t.co/KRroILhMJs

Android : A joint delegation of #Ulema and #HPC of Afghanistan is in #Indonesia to have meetings with the Indonesian government officials and Ulema on supporting the peace process in Afghanistan and an Ulema Conference. They had their first meeting in the Foreign Ministry of #RI.

Android : Discussed bottom up and top down approaches for peace making and mothers for peace initiative at the Voices for Peace in #Afghanistan Serena Dialogue, thanks to all for the tireless efforts and contributions.

Android : #Helmand: all the people in Helmand province support the peace process and presence of thousands of people in today’s gathering is a strong indication of this support. Helmand governor.

Android : #Helmand gathering for peace: I salute the people of Helmand province for their patience and forbearance who are still committed for peace after 15 years of suffering.

Android : مادران صلح با کوله بار از مسولیت بحیث سفیران صلح در مناطق شان عمل کرده و نقش مهم را در تامین صلح اجتماعی بازی خواهند کرد .

Android : DROPS thanks H.E. Dr. Habiba Sarabi for giving us the honor of having her as our Keynote Speaker at the launch ceremony of the 3rd volume of our Women and Public Policy Journal (WPPJ) which is themed on "Afghanistan's Peace Process: Evolution, Impact and Gaps."