TEFA has always been a groundbreaker when it comes to advocating for electoral reforms, rule of law, increasing women and youth’s meaningful engagement in political process and their role as key decision makers in Afghanistan, and has been consistently working jointly with other CSOs for this important cause. 
Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan as a domestic civil society organisation has incessantly been engaged in promoting and strengthening the momentous role of all Afghan citizens especially women in all national process for which TEFA since its very date of inception has carried a series of activities to realize this important goal.
TEFA’s leadership over tha past few months had long hourse of talks and negotiations with a multitude of election stakeholders on bringing needs reforms to the Afghan electoral process.
Through this collective and holistic effort, TEFA managed to propose amendments to a certain number of articles of the Afghan election law and were officially codified.
Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan since its inception has been working towards bringing about electoral reforms.
TEFA, in the year 2015, in cooperation with ACSIN Network held a national conference on electoral reforms with the purpose to identify new and more effective ways for delivering elections in the future and has succeeded greatly in doing so.
In the year 2018, TEFA’s leadership carried out an advocacy session on women’s meaningful engagement in parliamentary elections.
This advocacy effort resulted in women’s greater and more meaningful turnout to the 2018 parliamentary elections both as voters and candidates. 
TEFA’s Gender Department, in the year 2019, had a much productive advocacy effort for women’s meaningful engagement in the 2019 Presidential Election.
Women from major zones of Afghanistan took part in this momentous effort to share their opinions on how women could leverage their roles in elections and stressed in women’s involvement in the overall state leadership.
TEFA is greatly privileged to have young female talents in its network to help them realize their civil rights and continues to work for all major political processes especially elections with the ambition to help Afghan women prosper and grow for the better.