Sadroz

SadRoz in Dari (or Farsi if you prefer) is hundred days.

Impassion Afghanistan has done a fine and neat job of creating a website that tracks the first hundred days of the new presidency. It’s has got everything in a neat and organized way. I am impressed with the job they have done.

Here is what you can do with the service:

  • Look into all of the promises that Ashraf Ghani has given during his campaign for the new government. It’s all organized in three categories;
    • “Achieved”–here is all the promises that have been achieved, as of today that number is two.
    • “In Progress”–here is all the promises that is currently is being worked on, as of today that number is one.
    • “Not Started”–here is all the promises that the government hasn’t started working on yet, as of today that number is 98. I hope that turn to zero someday.
  • You can also sort all the promises in four categories: Socio-Cultural, Governance, Economy, Peace and Security.

Now as most of you are in the news of have heard of it, SadRoz in many ways is very similar to other services started in other countries, like this one, this one too.
But Impassion has put on some new features here and there on the website. One of them is that you can “Submit a missing promise”. The other feature, is that you can start commenting on a specific promise.

SadRoz.Af

And on the final of the first hundred days of the new presidency, they are going to publish a report–assessing whether the government will be a viable option for the Afghan people, whether it stood for it’s promises.

So go and check it out and share it.

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