Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan with the financial support of the United Nations Democracy Fund implements the project “Increasing Young Women’s Political Engagement in Afghanistan” that is predicated on the vision of empowering Afghan women and girls to be able to realize their meaningful roles in Afghan politics. The project design takes on a much holistic approach to address some of the dire needs and challenges of young Afghan women in a manner that works to yield sustainable results through women-led and women-owned initiatives. As part of this important project, TEFA recently held a 3-Day training for 65 women members of 25 Afghan political parties in Kabul on some of the most in-demand and crucial skills and abilities associated with these women’s success as political players. The training outline focused on building women’s capacity in leadership, negotiation skills, conflict resolution and elections.TEFA’s leadership had a much productive meeting with leaders of the 25 Afghan political parties and members of the Afghan EMBs to discuss how this training can help grow their parties stronger and much more efficient, encouraging them to spread their understandings of the training topics across other political parties for ensuring better and more inclusive outcomes. TEFA also suggested that the EMBs should deliver on their part to support and promote women’s engagement in all facets of Afghan electoral process.The closing ceremony of the 3-Day training was a much auspicious event, attended by a host of political leaders, EMB commissioners and women members of the Afghan political parties which in its own right indicates a strong disposition for supporting women’s political engagement among government and political actors. In this ceremony, leaders of the 25 political parties were awarded with a letter of acknowledgement recognizing women’s meaningful engagement in their respective parties, followed by the distribution of Certificates of Completion among the training participants.