The United Nations in Afghanistan speaks with One Voice on a broad range of vital issues such as poverty alleviation, gender, human rights, humanitarian access and safety. It seeks to communicate common strategic messages via traditional media such as television, radio, newspapers and on social platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to reach a wider and younger audience
The United Nations Communications Group raises awareness of the UN’s role and work in Afghanistan. The Joint Communications Strategy lays out the principles of joint advocacy and one voice around the objectives of the One Programme, the Humanitarian Response Plan, and the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) mandate.
The UN in Afghanistan has coordinated joint media relations and communications activities in recognition of the need to strengthen communication and public affairs work to improve understanding, especially among key Afghan audiences, of their goals, work and impact in support of the Government of Afghanistan and national development priorities as articulated in the ANPDF.