A training program was held for media officials and journalists of the northern provinces of Kabul.
This training program, which was organized by AIJU with the presence of 21 media officials and journalists from Panjshir, Parwan and Kapisa provinces, includes the ethical standards of journalism, verification, data analysis, immunity cases and first aid, It was provided by expert trainers.
Hujatullah Mujadidi, head of AIJU, stated that the purpose of holding this training is to raise the professional capacity of journalists, and he said that the AIJU, in addition to suing for solving the economic problems of the media community, the AIJU will provide access to information for journalists. furthermore, he said that the AIJU will hold many training workshops for media officials in different zones of country.
At the end of this program, Mufti Mohammad Idris Anwari, the Deputy Governor of Parwan province, while appreciating the launch of such effective programs, pointed out the responsibility of the media and journalists in spreading and publishing the facts and added that the media has an important mission in enlightening the public opinion. they have, he added that the Islamic Emirate supports the country’s media community, it is hoped that our journalists will also be effective in providing accurate and truthful information.
This program ended with the distribution of certificates by the presence of Mawlawi Shamsur Rahman Siddiqui, head of information and culture of Parwan province, Sayed Hikmatullah Shamim, spokesman of Parwan province, Ahmad Shah Khadim, manager of Kapisa National Radio and Television, and Ahmed Ziya Yazdani, head of information and culture of Panjshir.