The UN-Habitat team is helping to register unregulated houses in Kabul, checking registration documents, finding owners, issuing occupancy certificates and determining safayi.
Afghans might also have the chance to celebrate a potential ceasefire between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
Men, women and children across Afghanistan are settling into their normal routines following the temporary ceasefire between the government and Taliban last month.
Male and female models displayed traditional Afghan outfits at a fashion show attended by local residents, artists and civil society activists.
For centuries, the nomadic Kyrgyz people travelled freely across Central and South Asia, fording rivers and cutting across snow-capped mountains. Today a handful of them are stuck on the 'roof of the world'.
Centuries of Afghan craftsmanship -- ceramics, carpentry, calligraphy and gem cutting -- honed on the ancient Silk Road are being preserved in Kabul.
Afghans showed national pride by hoisting the flag and calling for tolerance and peace.
The Taliban routinely destroyed such businesses during their reign of terror.
Residents are personally funding the rehabilitation of hundreds of kilometres of roads and other development projects.
A Hazara man became the first rapper to win the contest, but he gave his award to his female competitor in the final amid wild cheering.
The support of the Afghan people boosts the morale of the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF), officials say.