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Watan’s Social and Technical Service Association «WSTA» is a humanitarian agency, established in 1992 for the purpose of humanitarian assistance to Afghans in Pakistan and Afghanistan .This organization has been registered with the planning ministry and has the permission to work in all over the country. WSTA also has been registered with ANCB, ACBER and based on code No. WON and registration No. OPS-CR-0535, with estimable UNOPS office.This Organization started its activity as a small leather- craft income- generating unit. Within a short period of time, the organization managed to market its leather products successfully in Pakistan. And now WSTA..
Muslim Hands is an international relief and development NGO, established in the UK in 1993 with the objective of providing relief from poverty, sickness and the provision of education worldwide. Muslim Hands works both directly and with partners in over 40 countries including “Afghanistan”, carrying out emergency relief, short and long-term development projects in safe water, medical care, educational and vocational training. Muslim Hands is running a private and non for profit school (school of excellence) in Karth-e-Parwan, Kabul, 350 orphans and vulnerable students are receiving educational facilities free of cost which is registered with Ministry of Education No 91.
BackgroundThe Afghanistan National Nursery Growers’ Organization (ANNGO) supports the development of the fruit tree nursery growers throughout the country, and operates a certification system for quality tree production. In anticipation of a substantial grant from the European Union, ANNGO is recruiting permanent staff to carry out its programme
ACDI/VOCA brings 50 years of agricultural experience and seven years of experience implementing agriculture, alternative livelihoods, and credit facilitation projects in Northern Afghanistan. The purpose of the Regional Agricultural Development Program (RADP) - North is to improve food and economic security for rural Afghans in targeted provinces in northern Afghanistan. ACDI/VOCA aims to use well-reputed best practices to achieve sustainable agricultural development via agricultural and livestock value-chain enhancements, women’s participation, ministerial capacity building, and investments in the strengthening of small and medium agribusinesses. This sustainable agricultural..
BackgroundOrganization for health and social services (OHSS) is a non-profit, non-governmental and non-political organization established in 2010. Organization for health and social services, officially been registered with ministry of economy registration no 1766; furthermore, OHSS has been registered with the Ministry of Public Health (MOPH) registration # 218, Ministry of Counter Narcotics (MCN) and been member of ACBAR registration # 89 as a local NGO.Since the establishment, OHSS has implemented many projects for different group/segments of the society particularly for children, male, female, and adolescents vulnerable, and since that time we have been..
The Organization of Technical Cooperation for Community Development OTCD, a non-profit, non-governmental organization was established in April 2005 in response to the increasing drug use and other associated problems in Afghanistan. The mission of OTCD is: To contribute to the social development of the Afghan nation by reducing the problematic use and harms of legal and illegal drugs. OTCD provides a comprehensive and integrated range of drug treatment, rehabilitation/aftercare, and drug harm reduction services for drug users in different communities’ settings in Kabul, Badakhshan and Nangarhar provinces of Afghanistan. In the field of HIV/AIDS prevention/harm reduction: the..
BackgroundAfghanistan International School begun its operations in March 2013 to provide global best practices education to young Afghans who will eventually attend university. Beginning in March 2016, the School will offer nursery, kindergarten, and grades one through six. In March 2017, the School will add grades seven through twelve.
About Comfort Aid InternationalCAI is a partnership of individuals working with existing charitable infrastructures to bring relief to poor and destitute Muslims in third world countries in general and India in particular. With three structured projects underway in India, and tree more slated to go live in 2005, CAI touches the lives hundreds of world's poorest people. Whether supporting education, primary health care, or housing with running water and electricity, our programs promote positive and lasting change and reduce long-term dependency.Apart from humanitarian needs, which are the primary focus, CAI also builds mosques, especially for converts who are displaced and looking to..