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In August, the North Carolina Community College System and North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities opened up new pathways of opportunity for community college students. Troubadour, storyteller, perennial teacher, 76-year old Shelby Stephenson, North Carolina’s poet laureate, transfixes audiences. The post NC Poet Laureate’s Wit And Wisdom Inspires Students appeared first on Forsyth Tech. Students planning a career in engineering will find transferring from Forsyth Tech to a four-year university much easier from now on. Six Forsyth Tech nanotechnology and biotechnology students had their day in the spotlight Tuesday, September 29, when Governor Pat McCrory and members of the State Board of Education visited Forsyth Tech’s Science Lab at Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem. The post A Conversation With Sally Elliott Stokes Economic and Workforce Development Coordinator appeared first on Forsyth Tech.
Forsyth Tech Transportation Technology student Daniel Hanna won first place in the American Trucking Associations’ 2015 Technology & Maintenance Council’s National Student Technician Competition held in Orlando, FL in September.
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A commander of the loyalists of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has killed his 11 fighters in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan.
Provincial governor’s spokesman Ataullah Khogyani said the incident took place late on Thursday night in Achin district.
He said the ISSI commander has been identified as Zamin Jan and was popular as Abu Bakr who managed to flee the area after killing his 11 fighters. According to reports, Abu Bakr was detained by the Taliban militants and had suffered injuries as he was fleeing following the attack on his own fighters. The Taliban militants group which is an arch rival to ISIS loyalists has not commented regarding the report so far. The loyalists of ISIS terrorist group have stepped up insurgency activities in eastern Nangarhar province during the recent weeks which comes as the terror group received major setbacks as a result of the Afghan and US forces raids. Local officials in Nangarhar said Thursday that 27 militants belonging both to Taliban and ISIS terrorist group were killed during a clash in Achin and Khogyani. Earlier, the loyalists of ISIS released several photographs which purportedly shows the horrific execution of three men who are believed to be members of the Taliban group.
The US Secretary of State John Kerry has said 9,800 American troops will remain in Afghanistan through most of this year. Meanwhile, the NATO Secretary General said the Ministers will also decide to sustain NATO’s Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan beyond 2016, a clear demonstration of the Alliance’s commitment to Afghanistan. This comes as the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and partners reaffirmed commitment to support financial sustainment of the Afghan National Security Forces at plenary meeting of the Afghan National Army Trust Fund Board last Wednesday. During the meeting announcements were made of continued financial support for the sustainment of the Afghan security forces up to 2020. In December last year, NATO and Resolute Support Partner Foreign Ministers agreed to work towards national decisions to be announced at, or prior to, the Warsaw Summit confirming financial commitments to support the Afghan security forces until 2020. The residence of a prominent former Jihadi leader Abdul Rab Rasool Sayyaf once again came under rocket in Kabul this morning. Sources close to Sayyaf said at least two rockets were fired in the early hours of Friday morning which landed in the vicinity close to his house. There are no reports regarding the casualties and no group has so far claimed responsibility behind the attack. This comes as several rockets were fired on the residence of Sayyaf nearly a week ago but the attack did not result into any casualties. Sayyaf is one of the most influential jihadi leaders and has been harshly criticizing the Taliban group for their insurgency activities. He has been harshly criticizing the Taliban militants group and dismiss their so called jihad as a move against th principles of Islam. Sayyaf reaffirmed his hard stance against the insurgent groups last month last month during a gathering on the eve of Mujahideen’s victory and called on militant groups last month to end slavery for the outsiders. He insisted that the militant and terrorist groups fighting in the country should not brand their insurgency as Jihad, insisting that killing of children, women, destroying houses and committing other horrific crimes are not a holy war. At least eleven members of a single family were killed in a roadside bomb explosion in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan, local officials said Friday. The incident took place late on Thursday evening in Baghlan-e-Markazi district after their vehicle struck an Improvised Explosive Device. The district police chief Mohibullah Kohistani said five children, two women and four men were among those killed and three children were wounded. The provincial public health officials have said the wounded children are in critical condition and there are fears that the death toll could rise. No group including the Taliban militants has so far claimed responsibility behind the incident.
The Taliban insurgents and militants belonging to the other insurgent groups are frequently using Improvised Explosive Device (IED) as the weapon of their choice to target the security forces. The IEDs are the main contributors to the casualties of the Afghan security forces but are also considered as a key factor in growing civilian casualties. At least 600 civilians were killed and 1,343 others were wounded in the first quarter of 2016, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan said in its latest report. UNAMA further added that consistent with 2015 trends, ground engagements caused the highest number of total civilian casualties, followed by improvised explosive devices (IEDs), complex and suicide attacks, as well as targeted killings. According to UNAMA, actions by Anti-Government Elements caused at least 60 per cent of casualties while Pro-Government Forces caused at least 19 per cent.
The Russian helicopters company officials have said they are prepared to establish a service center in Afghanistan to provide repair and other technical services to the Afghan Air Force. The Chief Executive Officer of the Russian Helicopters Alexander Mikheev has said the company is also prepared to assist the Afghan Air Force in training the Afghan technical staff and engineers. According to the State-run Sputnik News Agency, Mikheev made the commitment during a meeting with Shakir Kargar, the special presidential envoy to Commonwealth fo Independent States. Mikheev has also proposed to send a group of experts of the Russian Helicopters company to Afghanistan to assess the technical condition of the helicopters, repair of the helicopters and extension of the resources of the Afghan Air Force helicopters. The two sides also held talks on delivery of helicopters by Russia to Afghanistan, including Mi24 and Mi35 gunships. This comes as reports emerged late last year that Afghanistan and Russia will a sign an agreement for the delivery of Mi-35 gunship helicopters. Russian-made helicopters have a long history in Afghanistan and is preferred better than the helicopters due to their low prices, durability and simplicity. The Kabul University launched Master of Business Administration (MBA) program with the support of United States Agency for International Development. The Vice Chancellor of Kabul University, Professor Raihana Popal, announced the new advanced degree program at Kabul University that will develop and support the careers of business professionals.
The statement further added that USWDP partnered with Ball State University in the United States to develop the degree program to meet international standards. The new degree will expand the business professionals’ capabilities and prepare them to become leaders in business, USAID said, adding that the students will have a better understanding of business management and be able to further develop their critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills, and contribute to Afghanistan’s economic development. A new Master’s degree on Education Leadership and Management Program at the Shaheed Rabbani Education University was launched last December. A top Afghan army general Abdul Basir Sharwan was martyred in an explosion southern Kandahar province, the third senior Afghan general martyred in a span of almost 4 months. Earlier, a senior Afghan army general lost his life in an attack by the anti-government armed militants in Dand district of Kandahar. General Khan Aga was the deputy commander of the 205th Corps of the Afghan National Army and was killed in attack late in the month of March. Meanwhile, another top Afghan army general lost his life in an improvised explosive device attack in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan.
General Ata Mir was serving with the 215th Maiwand Corps of the Afghan National Army and was killed in an attack in Greshk district earlier in February this year.
The provincial governor of northern Faryab province Sayed Anwar Sadat has slammed the acting provincial governor of northern Balkh province for his provocative statement over a deadly clash between the supporters of Junbish Millie and Jamiat-e-Islami parties.
In an online statement, Sadat criticized Noor for the emotional release by issuing the statement, adding that the remarks by Noor is more than a statement which is aimed at criticizing the leadership of Faryab province.
Sadat further added that he has learnt to remain unbiased as a provincial governor and react equally to all tribes and political parties under his leadership. Admitting that he is one of the prominent members of Junbish Millie party, Sadat said they have been taught to consider the national interest and respect all political parties and movements. Sadat further added that the clash between the supporters of the two parties is not acceptable to Faryab leadership as they have close relations and senior leaders of Jamiat-e-Islami are involved in major decision makings.
He questioned Noor for providing opportunities to Junbish Millie members and said the leadership of Faryab province has always helped the security forces fighting the Taliban insurgents in remote areas of the province.
According to Sadat, the clash between Jamiat and Junbish supporters broke out after the internally displaced people in Chagahatak area of Almar district were returning to their homes and faced a resistance from the Jamiat. Sadat further added that the displaced people were members of Junbish Millie and were forced to leave their homes due to internal issues they had with the Jamiat-e-Islami.
He said clashes started after Jamiat fighters and Wakil Fatehullah Qaisari and police chief of Almar Nasimullah who is also brother of Farooq Qateh went to the area to support the Jamiat fighters and as a result and the police chief of Qaisar Nezam Bai Qaisari went to support the displaced people. Sadat insisted that the provincial governor intervened to end the conflict and as a result a delegation consisting of security officials and local elders were deployed in the area at 7 am on Wednesday to investigate the incident. He said the Afghan National Army forces were also deployed to the area based on Vice President General Dostum’s instructions which resulted to the end of clash between the two sides. The United States Department of States said Wednesday that the Taliban a group has a choice to participate in direct peace talks with the Afghan government as the 5th round of Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) group in Pakistan. The State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters Ambassador Olson, the US special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, was the representative of the United States in 5th QCG meeting.


He was responding to a question regarding any progress made during the 5th round of QCG meeting on Afghan peace process. The 5th round of QCG meeting was organized amid pessimisms by the Afghan officials to obtain a satisfactory result from the meeting as the Taliban group has so far rejected to participate in the peace talks. The QCG meeting participants called on the Taliban group during the 4th round of the talks to participate in direct talks. However, the Taliban group rejected the QCG call and put forward the group’s conditions to participate in the talks.
The group also announced its spring offensive earlier last month despite the ongoing efforts to end the violence through reconciliation process and carried out a deadly attack in capital Kabul forcing the Afghan government to change its stance and start crackdown against the group.
A policeman has killed eight of his comrades in the latest insider attack in southern Zabul province of Afghanistan, local officials said Thursday.
The incident took place late on Wednesday night in a police check post located on Kabul-Kandahar highway. A security official confirmed that the policeman carried out the attack with the help of two others who were apparently brought into the check post as guests.
The official further added that assailants including the policeman managed to flee the area and an investigation is underway regarding the attack. The latest insider attack follows nearly month after a policeman killed three of his comrades in eastern Laghman province of Afghanistan. Earlier, at least seven policemen were killed in southern Kandahar province of Afghanistan in a similar attack. There has been a considerable rise in insider attacks mainly among the Afghan police forces during the recent months alarming the security officials to take steps in a bid to reduce such incidents. Meanwhile, the Afghanistan National Security Council (NSC) approved in principle the strategy to fight the enemy moles, a step that could reduce insider attacks in the country by large extent.
Kabul, Afghanistan: Despite conflict and poverty, Afghanistan has made reasonable progress in its reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health over the last decade, says the first systematic analysis and case study of the country.
Afghanistan, with over four decades of conflict and political instability, has some of the worst health and mortality indicators seen globally.
The first comprehensive, systematic assessment of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health (RMNCH) and survival in Afghanistan over the last decade was published today in the Lancet Global Health. The study reviews trends in maternal and child survival, contextual factors and coverage of key life-saving interventions. Although the rate of reduction was insufficient to achieve the Millennium Development Goals, Afghanistan managed to reduce maternal mortality (estimated 64% reduction) and achieve gains in child survival (29% reduction since 2003). There have been major gains in social determinants of health such as female education, reduction in food insecurity, and some evidence of reduction in childhood stunting (short stature) by 30%, however malnutrition remains rampant and disparities are widespread. With concerted efforts in outreach and service delivery, there have been major gains in scaling up essential interventions across the continuum of care for women, newborns, and children in Afghanistan.
Childhood immunization rates have shown much improvement; however pneumonia and diarrhea remain major killers after the newborn period, from which 28% and 20%, respectively, of Afghan children die. Although Afghanistan experienced increases in support during the past decade as part of reconstruction efforts, the country’s dependency on donors raises questions about the sustainability of Afghanistan’s remarkable health gains.
Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Switzerland and Permanent Representative to the UN and international organizations based in Geneva, Dr.
Since its first report launched in 2008, Countdown to 2015 has worked to track interventions coverage, equity gaps, health systems, policies, and financials in 75 of the most high-burden countries globally in an effort to reduce preventable maternal, newborn and child mortality.
AKU also manages a tertiary medical centre for children in Kabul the French Medical Institute for Children, a public-private partnership between the French and Afghan Governments, La Chaine de l’Espoir and AKU.
A commander of the Taliban group Hafiz Saadullah was among ten militants killed after blown up by own explosives in southeastern Ghazni and western Herat provinces.
The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said the militants were killed in three separate incidents in Ab Band and Khogyani districts of Gahzni and Shindand district of Herat.
MoD did not mention in which location exactly the Taliban commander was killed but the statement by MoD said another militant was also seriously wounded in the incident. This comes as an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) expert of the Taliban group was killed in an explosion in northern Kunduz province of Afghanistan. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) said the IED expert and three militants were busy in making an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) when the explosion took place. Earlier, a group of 10 militants were blown up by their own explosives as they were busy making an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in southeastern Ghazni province. According to the security officials, the militants were busy making the IED inside a mosque in Andar district when their explosives went off prematurely, leaving all 10 militants dead. The anti-government armed militant groups including the Taliban insurgents have not commented regarding the report so far. The authorities in southern Kandahar province have banned women’s songs in the local media, a move which has sparked outrage among the media supporters in the country. NAI organization which supports open media in Afghanistan reacted towards the move, saying no governmental or non-governmental organizations have the right to ban women’s songs in the media.
According to NAI, the provincial information and culture directorate has asked the local media to prevent airing songs of women.
NAI said the instruction by the directorate is against the article 34 of the constitution of Afghanistan and the public media law. Citing the public media law, NAI said such bans could only be enforced in consideration with the laws and no governmental or non-governmental organization has the right to restrict the open media in the country.
It also added that the local customs could not enforce restrictions as such moves have no legal basis, urging the local authorities to intervene and prevent enforcement of restrictions by the provincial information and culture directorate. The Ministry of Information and Culture has also voiced concerns regarding the censorship of women’s songs by the local authorities in Kandahar saying such moves are against the enforced laws of the country.
A cargo plane belonging to Silk Way Airlines crashed in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan leaving at least 7 people dead. According to Azerbaijan’s civil aviation administration officials, the plane crashed after taking off from Dwyer airport in Helmand province. The officials further added that the crew of the cargo plane were from Azerbaijan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. No further details have been given regarding the cause of the incident but reports suggest the cargo plane was leased from the Silk Way airlines. This comes as a military helicopter crashed in Marjah district of Helmand province earlier this year.
Helmand is among the volatile provinces in southern Afghanistan where anti-government armed militant groups are actively operating and frequently carry out insurgency activities. A local security official in Helmand said the Dwyer airport is used by the military forces and a number of the US force are also stationed to support the Afghan forces in fight against terrorism. At least three Taliban militants assigned by the group to kill local government officials and tribal elders as well as religious clerics were arrested from southern Helmand province.
The National Directorate of Security (NDS) said the three militants were arrested were assigned by Taliban group leader Mullah Nemat to carry out the assassination of the officials, elders and religious clerics.
A statement by NDS said the militants were planning to carry out the assassinations in Nad-e-Ali district before they were arrested by the security forces.
The intelligence operatives confiscated a pistol with a silencer and 10 hand grenades from the detained militants, NDS said.
NDS said numerous assassination attempts against the local officials, elders and religious clerics were foiled with the arrest of the three militants assigned for the task. The Ministry of Defense (MoD) has claimed at least 102 militants were killed during the clearance operations in central Maidan Wardak and southeastern Ghazni provinces during the past 10 days.
According to a statement by MoD, the operations were conducted in Zankhan district of Ghazni and Maidan Wardak provinces as part of ‘Sultan Wrath’ operations. The statement further added that 64 militants were also wounded and 2 others were arrested during the operations. The Afghan security forces confiscated various types of weapons, ammunition and explosives, including 20 rifles, 2 rocket launchers, the statement said, adding that various types of vehicles and bikes were also confiscated.
According to MoD, the Afghan forces recovered several containers belonging to the traders which were seized by the militants from the highway in Ghazni. MoD said at least 52 Improvised Explosive Device were also discovered and defused during the operations besides dismantling a communication establishment of the militants.
The Afghan security forces did not suffer any casualties during the operations, the defense ministry added. At least 27 militants were killed and 11 others were wounded as a bloody clash erupted among the Taliban fighters and loyalists of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
According to the local government officials in Nangarhar, the clash took place in Achin and Khogyani district of Nangarhar.
The officials further added that 15 ISIS loyalists and 3 Taliban militants were killed in Achin district and the remaining were killed in Khogyani. At least 4 commanders of the Taliban group were also among those killed during the clashes, the officials added.
The latest deadly clash among the two militant groups followed days after the loyalists of ISIS executed three Taliban militants in Achin district. This comes despite the loyalists of ISIS terror group were hardly suppressed in Afghan and US forces raids. The raids against the loyalists of the terror group intensified in parts of Nangarhar province amid concerns that they are attempting to expand foothold in the country.
A spokesman for the US-led coalition forces in Afghanistan earlier said the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group has the potential to be an ‘enormous’ threat in Afghanistan. Pakistan on Wednesday hosted the 5th round of Quadrilateral Coordination Group (QCG) meeting on Afghan peace process nearly three months after the 4th round of the talks concluded in Kabul.
The last round of QCG meeting in capital Kabul late in the month of February which concluded amid hopes that a direct peace talks would resume between the Afghan government and Taliban early in March.


However, the Taliban rejected direct talks call with the Afghan government and eventually announced its spring offensive earlier last month.
Meanwhile, the QCG participants in the 5th round of talks reiterated that violence serves no purpose and that peace negotiations remain the only option for a political settlement. The next meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group will be convened as mutually agreed, the statement said without specifying the exact date. The acting provincial governor of northern Balkh province and Chief Executive of Jamiat-e-Islami party Ata Mohammad Noor has claimed that several people were left dead in an attack by the supporters of Junbish Milli party which is led by Vice President General Abdul Rashid Dostum.
According to a statement by Noor, the attack was carried out late on Tuesday night which followed by a major attack by the Taliban militants in Almar district. The statement further added that the attack was carried out by the fighters of commander Nezamuddin who is a special aide of Gen.
Noor said the clashes between the two sides continued until Wednesday afternoon as the supporters of Gen. He said the fighters of Jamiat-e-Islami were fighting the militants in Lolash, Qaisar, Almar, Bulcharagh, Pashtunkot, and Sar Hawz in the past 13 days, criticizing the security institutions for remaining reckless to support the public uprising forces. Noor also criticized the security institutions including the interior minister, acting NDS chief and Chief of Army Staff for not responding to their request and intervene to end the clash. The Junbish Milli supporters have also claimed that the clash erupted as the supporters of the party were going back to their areas to resettle but faced resistance from the Jamiat party supporters.
This comes nearly two after tensions sparked among supporters of Jamiat and Junbish parties in northern Balkh province over removal of Gen. The Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) thwarted a twin suicide attack plot in capital Kabul by arresting one of the would-be suicide bombers. The Ministry of Interior (MoI) said the detained would-be suicide bomber is a 12-year-old boy who was appointed by the Taliban group to carry out the attack.
According to MoI, the boy has been identified as Mohammad Yaqoob son of Sher Mohammad who has confessed that he was trained in Juma Khani training camp in Imam Sahib district of Kunduz province. Yaqoob has also added that the training camp was supervised by TAliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghafoor and was appointed by him to carry out the attack 20 days ago.
He was due to detonate a Vehicle-borne Improvised Explosive Device (VBIED) in a populated area of the city while another suicide bomber was given the task target the crowd after the first explosion. MoI said the child managed to flee and was on his way to Kunduz province when he was arrested by the security forces. This comes as a teenage suicide bomber assigned for a suicide attack by the Taliban group was arrested by the Afghan intelligence operatives from Kabul city last month.
The Afghan children have regularly been recruited by the militant groups, the Taliban and the Haqqani network for the terrorist related activities, including suicide attacks. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will likely visit Afghanistan to inaugurate the $300 Salma Dam built with the financial support of India, it has been reported. It is believed Modi will stop over in Afghanistan on his way to the US in early June, according to the Times of India. This comes as the Afghan and Indian officials held talks regarding the inauguration of the dam earlier this month.
Built on Harirod river, the dam is expected to produce 42 megawatt of electricity and will irrigate around 75,000 hectares of agricultural land. India has played a crucial role by participating in the rebuilding of Afghanistan following the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001. Since 2002, the Government of India has committed USD 2 billion dollars to the socio-economic rebuilding of the Afghan state and society in accordance with the development priorities of the Government and the people of Afghanistan.
Two top commanders of the anti-government armed militants were killed in an airstrike by the Afghan Air Force (AAF) in eastern Kunar province. The 201st Silab Corps of the Afghan National Army (ANA) forces said the airstrike was carried out in Ghaziabad district.
According to a statement by 201st Silab Corps, the Afghan Air Force (AAF) used A-29 light attacks aircraft in the raid which left at least 17 dead including two commanders of the militants.
The statement further added that the commanders killed in the airstrike have been identified as Hamza and Akbar. A mortar and rocket launcher along with 3 Ak-47 assault rifles and various other types of explosives belonging to the militants were also destroyed in the airstrike.
The Afghan forces have stepped counter-terrorism operations to suppress the insurgency activities of the militant groups as the insurgents are attempting to increase terrorist attacks by launching their spring offensive. The Afghan forces are vastly utilizing the newly-added state of the art equipment including the A-29 Super Tucano fixed-wing aircraft to suppress the anti-government armed militant groups.
The Afghan Air Force A-29 Super Tucano pilots have flown more than 260 sorties since January when they received the first batch of the light attack aircraft from the United States.
The Afghan government has signed the draft peace agreement with Hezb-e-Islami group led by Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, Deputy Chief Executive Mohammad Khan said. He told reporters that the draft agreement has been signed and will become enforceable once the Hezb-e-Islami party signs it. Khan further added that the group has agreed to have no links with the anti-government armed militant groups, insisting that Hekmatyar’s only demand is to remove his name from the international blacklist.
Welcoming Hezb-e-Islami’s decision to join peace process, Khan said the agreement will have a positive impact on security situation of the country. According to Khan, the exact location where Hekmatyar is based is not clear so far but insisted that the government welcomes his return to the country.
He also added that Hekmatyar has neither demanded any privileges for joining peace process nor any post in the government. Khan said the draft agreement was signed by Hezb-e-Islami representatives and Afghan peace council officials in the residence of Pir Syed Ahmad Gilani. Khan hoped that the international community will help in removing restrictions on Hezb-e-Islami party. He recently completed an assignment as minister counselor for Management Affairs at the U.S. Alternately reading from his lyrical poems about a childhood spent “Down East” on a North Carolina farm and singing soulful renditions of Hank Williams’ ballads, Mr. The college introduced a new Associate in Engineering (AE) program at the beginning of the 2015-2016 academic year. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, Senator Richard Burr visited Forsyth Tech in August to present the college’s cybersecurity program with the designation of Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) in Cyber Defense Education.
I am the third generation follower of Bhagawan Baba as my grand mother (father's mother) was in Puttaparthi and she spent her old age days in Divine Presence. And we’re going to review the progress of the Resolute Support mission and the need to continue our financial assistance for Afghan Security Forces and the imperative of planning for a new, flexible, regional presence beyond 2016,” Kerry told reporters ahead of the NATO foreign ministerial in Brussels on Thursday.
Another new Associate Degree on Biomedical Engineering Technology at Kabul Medical University will be launched soon, USAID said. Sharwand, the commander of the 1st Brigade of 205th Atal Corps of Afghan National Army, was martyred while he was on his way following a visit of the Afghan army check posts in Shahwali Kot district. Sharwan was one of the prominent army generals in the south and was actively involved in training and leadership of the Afghan armed forces. Although progress has been made, there has been limited analysis of the status and trends of maternal and child health indicators in the country – until now. The study is part of the Countdown to 2015 initiative and represents a collaborative effort of several institutions. For example, the rates of delivering in a health facility, of women seeking antenatal care services, and of having a skilled attendant at birth, have more than tripled from baseline 2003 levels.
Mickey Chopra, the outgoing co-chair of the Countdown to 2015 consortium comments: “These results are a testimony to the bravery of health workers, resilience of communities and the innovations within the health system. Annual reports and in-depth country profiles have been used to call on governments to be accountable, to identify knowledge gaps and propose actions to reach Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5, and moving forward, the new Sustainable Development Goals.
Farooq Qateh responded to the attack, leaving several people dead from the two sides, including the head of youth of Jamiat-e-Islami Zaman Qateh.
Dostum have rejected the allegation as baseless and have claimed that the attack was initially launched by Gen. Swami used to call her as 'Palamoor Kistamma'.My mother received the black and white photo shown in the above image from our beloved Bhagawan when I was 5 years old and we have the same in our pooja room in Hyderabad and more actively worked in the Organisation from 1976 onwards when I received one week Sevadal Training (conducted by Shivam-Hyderabad) in my place Kollapur-Mahabubnagar District. The Centre for Global Child Health at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) and the Aga Khan University led the initiative, with additional support from in-country experts and UNICEF in Afghanistan. Afghanistan needs support to sustain those gains and pursue its journey on health and development”. After one week training in various wings of the Organisation, exams were conducted and I got First Prize in Spirituality and received Three Books from Sri BV Ramana Rao, then State Sevadal Convener of Sri Sathya Sai Seva Organisation-Andhra Pradesh. Worked in South Indian Canteen where coffee,Tea & Curd Rice were prepared from 18th to 24th Nov during free meals time.
Had wonderful Darshan of Bhagawan's Divya Sannidhi and on 1st Sept I had a rare opportunity of offering (placing) a flower at the divine Lotus Feet of Divya Sannidhi. State President has conducted meetings with EG and WG teams in Rajahmundry and Kovvur Sathya Sai Mandirs respectively. On the same day evening had a small meeting with BV Group in ESS and witnessed Sri Sairam Iyer songs (Dual Voice).



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