MCIT: Main Achievement

  • Preparing M-governance Strategy
  • ICT policy arrangement
  • Arranging and completing E-government Strategy
  • Arranging and completing the Master Plan and E-government Strategy
  • Completion Draft of National Strategy for Cyber Security.
  • Preparing Open Access Policy
  • Policy for the development of ICT  Industry
  • Extension 44000 line of Digital Phones in Ahmadshah Baba Maina and Shahrak Omidsabz Towns in Kabul, Aino Town in Kandahar Province, Shindand District of Hirat and in Lashkargah City of Hilmand province.
  • Extension of a 637 Km long Fiber Optic Network on the Jalalabad, Konar, Jabilsaraj, Kapisa, Bagram and Khost route, Gholam Khan Port and Bamian-Mazare Sharif- Dara e Soof- yakowlang and Lata Band route, Bamian- Yakowlang, Srobee- Pole Gazak and Kandahar Province to Kandhar Airport.
  • Preliminary test of PAC and final test of FAC of CCN projects in Baghlan, Polkhomri, Taleqan, Charikar, Khost Farah and Ghazni.
  • Designing Fiber Optic Projects of Kandahar- Orozgan route, Khawak Pass road of Panjshare, Baghlan,   Bamian- yakowlang cross route towards Dara e Soof, Kabul city ring road from Kampani to Logar route and Chaghcheran- Hirat route in cooperation with the ministry of Public works.
  • To find the way of solutions for, Postal and telecommunication problems, suggestions and requirements of the provincial directorates have been referred to the relevant department and related authorities have been assured after receiving required information. 
  • Report on the implementation of development projects and quarterly expenditures the development budget of 1394, has been prepared and sent to the central statistics office of Wolesi Jirga and the Ministry of Economiy.
  • Reasons of failure in using budget for development projects in 1393 and 1394 have been prepared and   sent to the Ministry of Finance.
  • Reports of major achievements of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology for government accountability to the nation were arranged and sent to the Office of Administrative Affairs in 1394.
  • Measures taken, views and recommendations on fifth protocol between Afghanistan and Turkmenistan regarding the Fiber Optic Network has been sent to the ministries Foreign affairs and Economy.
  • Draft of a new memorandum of understanding between Afghanistan and Tajikistan on the expansion of further cooperation in the field of telecommunications services has been sent to the Directorate Executive Office.
  • Draft of cooperation in the field of telecommunications and postal services which is set to be signed between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology of Afghanistan and China has been designed.
  • Views and suggestions regarding the report of the 25th ECO Planning Council Meeting were presented, the first meeting of the ECO Geomechanical Committee, the outline of Strategic Control Plans and the Reduction of Air Pollution Resources have been submitted to the National Environmental Protection Agency.   
  • The court decision on ownership the property of MCIT in the district of Kart e Naw has been received and for the final decision has been sent to the Kabul Municipality Planning and Implementation Department. Due the lack of funds the land test for construction five stories buildings has not been carried out on the Maiwand Road, Nangarhar and Balkh.
  • 42 Channel map, primary, secondary- cable Rooms and MDF device of Kart-e- Naw network enveloped in a two carton with two soft CDs were sent to Afghan-Telecom Company.
  • The extension of the fiber-optic network on the north-east and central route has been completed in total length (279 km) and the following actions are carried out.
  • Equipment and all required tools for 1000 km fiber optic cable network have been provided.
  • The extension of the Fiber Optic network in the northern East of the country in (254 km) length has been completed and has been put into operation.
  • Extension of the Fiber Optic network from the city of Kandahar to Taluqan city of Takhar Province in length of (138 km) and the extension of the fiber optic network from the city of Taluqan to the city of Faizabad (116 km) has been completed and the corresponding SDH equipment of the fiber optic has been installed and put into operation.
  • Extension of the fiber optic cable network along the Jabal-Saraj to Bamyan-Yeahwalong route, covering 252 km, and from Jabal Saraj district to Gurband District in length of (25 km) and SDH equipment on sites has been installed.
  • A joint test for resistor of HDPE fiber optic with engineers of the Ministry of Public Works in the ongoing road construction project has been performed.
  • Preparing Concept and Proposals for Development Projects.
  • The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the telecommunications sector have been determined.
  • Foreign scholarship in international telecommunication organizations have been followed up, and necessary measures have been taken to use a large number of fellowships.
  • Commenting on the questionnaire of the International Telecommunication Union and relevant websites (UPU, APPU, APT, ITU GSMA ICANN, GAG, and SAPU) have been reviewed.
  • A number of 577 staff members of the Ministry participated scholarships, seminars, fellowships abroad in 1394 and 1396.
  • Foreign trips of the staffs are registered in 2015, 2016 and 2017 database.
  • Arranging reports on the implementation of development projects
  • Arranging reports on the implementation of the 100-day plans of the Ministry.
  • Reports on implementation the anti-corruption plan
  • Arrangement of reports on the implementation of development projects and Ministry's plan on the basis of the results
  • Collection the plans and reports from central departments of the ministry as well as 34 provinces.
  • Submitting reports to the National Assembly.
  • Collection of statistics numbers of telecom and postal services and filling up quarterly and yearly statistical reporting forms for various related departments.
  • Preparing Report of the activities and main achievements of the MCIT and its delivery to the relevant authorities.

 

Recent achievements of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology