Mr. Mateen Behroz

Mr. Mateen Behroz is an active contributor to social causes, is a dynamic results-oriented manager with over 10 years of managerial experience in various organizations. He is the founder and CEO of two technology companies in Dubai and Afghanistan. Being innovative and adaptable, he is capable of leading professional teams and make decisions under challenging circumstances. Prior to establishing his own companies, Mr. Mateen worked with UN agencies and Afghan NGOs. He earned his BA on Management from American University of Afghanistan and studied Information Technology at Brains collages Pakistan and Information technology client support at Champlen College Quebec Canada. Mr. Mateen is key areas of profession is IT business management and development, System administration, Software proficiency and network administration.

Mr. Mateen Behroz

Mr. Mateen Behroz is an active contributor to social causes, is a dynamic results-oriented manager with over 10 years of managerial experience in various organizations. He is the founder and CEO of two technology companies in Dubai and Afghanistan. Being innovative and adaptable, he is capable of leading professional teams and make decisions under challenging circumstances. Prior to establishing his own companies, Mr. Mateen worked with UN agencies and Afghan NGOs. He earned his BA on Management from American University of Afghanistan and studied Information Technology at Brains collages Pakistan and Information technology client support at Champlen College Quebec Canada. Mr. Mateen is key areas of profession is IT business management and development, System administration, Software proficiency and network administration.

The Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group Held a Meeting on April 21, 2016

Date: April 21, 2016
Time: 1:30 to 2:30
Participants: members of Youth Political Right Advocacy Group
Agenda: Recitation of Holy Quran, a review of previous meeting, exchanging views on contents of quarterly, finalizing focus group’s questions.

Preface
The Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group (YPRAG) held a meeting in April, 21, 2016 at FEFA HQ. The objective of this meeting was listening to working activities of members, exchanging views on group’s quarterly and finalizing focus group’s questions.
At the beginning of the meeting, the facilitator of group presented brief information about group to new members and said, “We reviewed the 2014 electoral challenges and found out that the level of youth participation was low in 2014 elections. Therefore, we decided to hold awareness programs on election to youth in schools. We held the awareness program in 2 schools (one male and one female) in 8 zones of Afghanistan and 22 districts of Kabul city.” She added that totally 1000 youth participated and benefited from these programs.

The Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group held a meeting with its new members

Date: April 11, 2016
Time: from 1:30 until 2:20
Participants: New members of Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group
Agenda: Recitation of Holy Quran, introduction of FEFA’s Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group (YPRAG) and presentation of information on performance and activities of YPRAG.

Preface:
The Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group held its April meeting on April 11, 2016 in FEFA HQ. The meeting began with introduction of new members of group and presenting of information on activities and performance of group for them.
The meeting began with presentation of information on Free & Fair Election Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA) and then the facilitator of group presented information on history, performance and activities of YPRAG to new members.

The Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group Held a Meeting in April 3, 2016

Date: April 3, 2016
Time: 1:30 to 2:30
Participants: members of Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group
Agenda: Recitation of Holy Quran, review of previous meeting, discussion on quarterly and brief information on focus groups

Preface:
The Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group (YPRAG) held a meeting on April 3, 2016 at FEFA HQ to discuss the following issues:
1- Holding of focus groups in government and non-government universities;
2- Holding of advocacy meetings for Youth Awareness Report;
3- Quarterly of Youth Political Rights Advocacy Group;

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