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FG Consulting is Afghan consulting and Management Company registered with AISA.FGC is providing state of the art technical assistance and services to wide range of clients and contractors.EducationHealthICTTravel and TourismSkills DevelopmentEmploymentSocial DevelopmentEconomic EmpowermentFinancial Management
Barna Networks is a private firm registered with the government of Afghanistan providing a range of Information Technology services in the country. The firm was founded in 2013 and has since then evolved into a reliable partner for many local and international organizations and government institutions. The company is founded with a long-term vision to serve the market ethically and with social responsibility. Barna Networks is led by a team of capable, energetic and professional young individual with many years of experience working with various national and international organizations. PROJECT SUMMARY: Network Infrastructure Grant (NIG) is a NATO funded project and the..
BackgroundSummary background: Afghanistan faces a high risk of HIV epidemic. In response, the National HIV/AIDS Control program (NACP) was established in the MOPH in 2003. In 2010, the National HIV/AIDS Strategic Plan for 2011-2015 was formulated, which has a clear goal, objectives and activities. In 2007, the NACP prepared a Program Operation Plan (POP). On July 17 2007, a World Bank funded HIV project became into effect. 1. HIV/AIDS in Afghanistan: Afghanistan is considered to be a country with low HIV prevalence but shows signs of concentrated epidemic among one of the high risk groups (i.e. People Who Inject Drugs)..Limited safe blood safety practices..
As a federally owned enterprise, GIZ supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. Efficient, effective and customer-oriented, GIZ has been one of the world’s leading service providers in the field of sustainable development for the past 35 years. Whereas most commissions are placed by the German Government, GIZ’s services are frequently contracted directly by international institutions, governments and private businesses. Within the organizational structure of the company, GIZ International Services (GIZ IS) offers our solutions to international clients. Funded by the World Bank, the..
Despite the progress in improving macroeconomic stability, poverty remains the biggest problem for Afghanistan. Some latest surveys showed that almost every other Afghan is living under the poverty line. Moreover, an estimated 45% of the population is unable to purchase sufficient food to guarantee the world standard minimum food intake of 2,100 cal/day. An additional 20% of the population is concentrated close to the poverty line is at risk of falling into poverty.1.0 BackgroundA decade of relentless political violence through years of civil war before 2001, the predominantly rural economy was severely weakened. Livelihoods were devastated by the decimation of livestock and agriculture..
Afghan Landmine Survivors Organization (ALSO) was established in July 2007 based on the needs of persons with disabilities as a non-profit, non-religious, non- government organization registered in the Ministry of Economy of Afghanistan to empower persons with disabilities through advocacy and service delivery. For more information please visit www.afghanlandminesurvivors.org
BackgroundThe Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University (ACKU) is the premier library and research center in Afghanistan. ACKU was established in 1989 in Peshawar, Pakistan, as the ACBAR Resource and Information Centre (ARIC). Currently ACKU has over 100,000 books and manuscripts in Dari, Pashtu, English and other languages. ACKU is working to make as much of its collection available online as possible, through a digital repository linked to its online catalog. ACKU also runs an outreach program called ACKU Box Library Extension (ABLE) that provides libraries in a box to rural communities and high schools throughout the country. ABLE is the pioneer of box libraries in Afghanistan, aiming to..
III. BACKGROUND: The objective of the Regional Agricultural Development Program –West (RADP-W) is to improve food and economic security for rural Afghans in Badghis, Farah, and Herat provinces. The focus will be on improving the productivity and profitability of targeted value chains in the wheat, high-value crop, and livestock sectors. This sustainable agricultural development program will support the consolidation of licit economies to fuel economic growth and provide alternatives to poppy cultivation. RADP-West will achieve its objective through a longer-term agricultural value chain approach designed to address sustainability as well as by supporting policy, legal and..