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  • 15 września 2012

    Nearly 800 students will benefit on the project. In September, Afghan Civil Service Institute (ACSI) has received more than 900 books on a number of subjects related to management and leadership, sociology, economy, business, and literature -- in both Persian and English languages. With the Polish assistance, presently the Institute’s library possesses four thousands of books in total.

    Nearly 800 students will benefit on the project. In September, Afghan Civil Service Institute (ACSI) has received more than 900 books on a number of subjects related to management and leadership, sociology, economy, business, and literature -- in both Persian and English languages. With the Polish assistance, presently the Institute’s library possesses four thousands of books in total.

     

    The project is yet another example of a growing cooperation between Poland and ACSI. In the past year, with the funding of Foreign Affairs Ministry, National School of Public Administration (KSAP) trained in Poland 50 Afghan civil servants using the Strategic Economic Needs and Security Exercise. This computer simulation program designed to strengthen capabilities of decision makers to manage post-conflict transitions turned out a great success. The second edition is planned for November and December this year.

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