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Environmental Protection Trainings and Development Organization (EPTDO) is the largest non-political, non-governmental and non-profit organization focused exclusively on climate change, environmental safety, livelihood, climate resilience, water and sanitation, gender equality, education and ecological issues in the country, and it is the only organization focused on these issues that is fully functioning at present.


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EPTDO/EVN has partnered with the United Nations Paris Committee for Capacity Building (PCCB) Network as of February 2020. It's also partnered with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) as of May 2022. EPTDO/EVN is extensively partnered with tUrn Climate Crisis Awareness & Action project in Santa Clara, California, U.S., since July 2021 to co-create climate action weeks each October and April.

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EPTDO-EVN has been educating 6000 people every year through volunteer campaigns, capacity building and trainings, actions and media outlets programs.


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                                  EPTDO in COP27

After passing successful application to the UN-COP27, Mr. Abdulhadi Achakzai founder and director general of EPTDO was invited by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) to the Conference of the Parties (COP27). Mr. Achakzai attended COP27 conference from 6 November to 20 November 2022 in Egypt. During the conference he conducted meetings with the heads of hundreds international organizations and governmental delegates. Mr. Achakzai attended COP27 conference as an observer and he had the opportunity to deliver his speeches during G20 session. He leaded the session of Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and he also delivered a presentation on the climate crisis in Afghanistan in the Colombia Pavilion.


Years of Experiences


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People educated on CC and its impacts.

Climate Change and Climate Crisis in Afghanistan!


Climate change has become a serious threat for the people of Afghanistan. These threats are the extreme increase in temperature, severe droughts, flashfloods, air pollution, water pollution, losing of biodiversity, absence of climate resources. There are also many other climate change harms that directly affects the poor communities of Afghanistan. This country is among the top 6th countries most vulnerable to the adverse impacts of climate change in the world.

Afghanistan made some progresses to mark climate change impacts and find access to global resources. But, unfortunately after August 2021, this the most vulnerable country lost all its resources and expertise to find better solutions and keep the resources alive.

We urge the world to consider this the most affected country in their supports and global assistance in regard to the climate emergences. There is urgent consideration required by international partners and funders to control the unprecedented impacts of climate change in Afghanistan.


It is expected that 2 billion USD is required annually to control climate change impacts in Afghanistan.

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