About the ministry

The Ministry of Communication in Afghanistan was established in 1955. However, the first electronic communication equipment, i.e. one to one wired telephone network in Afghanistan was connected to the presidential Place in 1898. However, that one line network was replaced by a small telephone exchange with the capacity of 25 lines in 1908.

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OUR MANDATE

The Mandate of Ministry of Communication and IT (MCIT) is to provide high Quality Communication, IT and Postal Services for the Afghan People at Affordable prices. 

VISION

The vision of the Ministry of Communications and IT is to transform Afghanistan into Information Society. 

GOALS

The Mandate of Ministry of Communication and IT (MCIT) is to provide high Quality Communication, IT and Postal Services for the Afghan People at Affordable prices.

MISSION

The Afghan Government aims to establish a stable and Democratic Political Environment, rule of law, and a Favorable Regulatory Environment for Business.

OBJECTIVES

The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology has been Actively Advocating for a Positive change in the Society by Connecting the Afghan People to Knowledge and Resources, which will enable them to improve the quality of their lives. 

ROAD MAP

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