From the American People
The goal of the Afghan Energy Capacity Building (AECB) project is to provide technical, managerial, and administrative capacity building in the Afghan energy sector. The Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat, the Ministry of Mines, and other entities will benefit from the project. The project will also support MEW’s donor coordination activities and develop a sustainable training organization. The overall approach of the project is to develop meaningful capacity building programs customized to meet the needs of participants while addressing the immediate and longer-term needs of the energy sector.
Fact Sheet Afghanistan_Energy_Capacity_Building_Program FINAL June 2011
26 February 2012
The DABS-Kandahar director was very appreciative of the USAID provided computer and English
training for his staff.
9 November 2010
To the residents of Chaharikar, the capital of Parwan Province, blackouts were a common occurrence. With an estimated population of more than 100,000, the city...
11 October 2010
At the Afghanistan’s Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW), women were not moving up in the ranks, mostly due to a lack of human capacity...
15 September 2010
Imagine trying to learn to use a computer with an English keyboard, having never seen the English alphabet. Add to that the fact that you’ve...
15 April 2010
The Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) established the Vocational Training Center (VTC) in 1976 to prepare technically inclined Afghan students to enter the energy...
15 March 2010
Ninety engineering students in Kabul Polytechnic University’s Power Department recently had a rare practical training opportunity to better prepare them for employment. In early 2010,...
15 June 2009
Graduates of Kabul Polytechnic University now have the opportunity to become better energy-sector engineers thanks to an innovative new two-year training program. Through classroom and...
23 May 2013
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