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Ahmad Masood Amer

Ahmad Masood Amer has worked for many years on strengthening governance institutions and deepening of democracy in Afghanistan. Following the dissolution of the Taliban regime in 2001, a new phase begun in the contemporary history of the country. Reconstruction and state building started after the UN-sponsored Bonn Conference paved the way for establishing a modern democratic society in Afghanistan. The country embarked on a new journey to experience democracy and rule of law enshrined in a new constitution adopted in 2004. During this period, Masood has been involved in the core process of policy making, advocacy and provision of technical support for strengthening of governance institutions and practices in the country. He has served as assistant country director of the United Nations Development Programme where he led implementation of the legitimate and inclusive governance strategy aimed at building capacity of the various governance institutions at national and sub-national levels. He has extensive expertise in public sector governance management, conflict prevention and peace-building, fighting corruption, rule of law and parliamentary development.

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