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Afghanistan’s agricultural sector faces enormous challenges, from abandoned orchards to broken irrigation and transportation infrastructure to lack of training and personnel. And yet, about 80 percent of the country’s population depends on it, either directly or indirectly. Strengthening Afghanistan’s agriculture sector is important for food security and income generation and is a key factor in building the confidence of the Afghan people in their government.The Capacity Building and Change Management Program-II will strengthen the human and institutional capacity of Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL). The program also helps the..
ICMA BACKGROUND:ICMA (the International City/County Management Association) is a premier local government leadership and management organization founded in 1914. Its mission is to create excellence in local governance by advocating and developing the professional management of local government worldwide.ICMA provides technical assistance to local governments in emerging democracies, helping them to develop professional practices and ethical, transparent governments. ICMA performs a wide range of grant and contract funded work both in the U.S. and globally, which is supported by federal government agencies, foundations, and corporations.PROGRAMDESCRIPTION: The goal of CBCMP-II is to..
Background Provide Technical and Administrative support and assistance to the Afghanistan Midwifery and Nursing Education Accreditation Board (AMNEAB). Work under supervision of AMNEAB Chairperson to plan and manage activities to support the accreditation system in Afghanistan.
Background ~~The Afghanistan Sustainable Energy for Rural Development (ASERD) programme developed by MRRD and UNDP builds on the existing efforts to provide energy to rural areas of Afghanistan. Rural areas of Afghanistan remain socio-economically back-ward in terms of education, incidence of poverty and access to infrastructure. Lack of access to modern forms of energy is having serious health effects in rural Afghanistan which directly affects women and children. Lack of energy access also constraints the productivity of enterprises and limits delivery of public services. Rural areas of..
This training presents a unique opportunity enabling to use technologies of laboratory and diagnostics Program by Health Protection & Research Organization (HPRO). The candidates represent an important role within a practical medical laboratory environment, working toward improvement of health in Afghanistan. The candidates will be responsible to attend the course in full and able to work and use her skills to serve the people of Afghanistan.
Background The National Procurement Authority has been created consequent to the vision of H.E. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the President of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, for institutional reform in a bid to curb corruption and strengthen public confidence in the ability of the government to deliver services in an efficient, effective and transparent manner that will foster economic growth and equal opportunities.It is envisioned that the NPA will be responsible for strengthening procurement policy and regulatory mechanisms, streamlining and processing procurement activities for contracts that are above threshold authority of government procuring entities, monitoring of contract..
The Capacity Building and Change Management Program-II will strengthen the human and institutional capacity of Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL). The program also helps the provincial Directorates of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (DAILs) effectively deliver agricultural public services to farmers and herders. This assistance includes strengthening the linkages between MAIL, DAILs and DAOs. The program will focus on key directorates within MAIL, 20 DAILs, and 50 district offices in Afghanistan’s agricultural region. This three-year program commences on July 10, 2014 and is funded by USAID and implemented under the Volunteers for..
Help the Afghan Children - HTAC, is a non-profit, non-partisan, charitable organization was established in 1993 in response to the horrible conditions of Afghan families. HTAC is registered with Afghanistan’s Ministry of Economics as a national non-governmental organization. At HTAC we have been providing continuous educational and humanitarian support for Afghan families and communities for 19 years. We are committed to educating and empowering a new generation of Afghan children to become proud, productive citizens and future leaders of their country. We believe that investing in children is the best long-term strategy in ending Afghanistan’s cycle..