Ministry of Energy and Water (Afghanistan)
Afghanistan Ministry for Energy and Water (MEW) is responsible for all policies, regulations, development projects and Coordination for water and energy sector in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
With the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1371 and the transfer of political power to the mujahideen, Rumi was named "Garan" as the minister of water and water. At this time, due to an increase in civil wars in Kabul, the Ministry of Water was temporarily transferred to the 18th detachment, which unfortunately most of the documents Scientific materials related to the stored water and stored materials disappeared, after Moulay-i-Gran Engineer Mohammed Ayub became the Minister of Water and the Ministry of the Ministry moved to the relevant buildings of the Ministry in Garden Baghdad.
With the arrival of the Taliban's office, the Ministry of Water and Welfare came to Maulvi Mohammad, and the Ministry, like other ministries, faced an absolute recession.
After the fall of the Taliban and the establishment of the interim administration, Mangal Hussein took over the Ministry of Water and Electricity Affairs, and then Shaker Kargar was headed by the Ministry of Water and Electricity, and its headquarters moved from Garden Alam to its current building on the road of Darulaman.
With the establishment of the National Unity Government, Engineer Ali Ahammad, the Ottoman, was elected as the Minister of Energy and Water after taking his vote from the House of Representatives. Since their inception in the ministry, they have done a great job in setting up and building energy bases. The water of the country were sourced and important contracts were signed to build the country's water infrastructure with institutions and supporting countries.See more