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1. Context: Over one third of the Afghan population lives below the national poverty line and 30% are food insecure. Poverty rates are higher in rural areas, where they reach 50%. With an estimated three quarters of the population living in rural areas, sustainable agriculture is of crucial importance for Afghanistan’s socioeconomic development and the livelihoods of the people. Major challenges for sustainable agricultural assets:Demographic youth bulge: The country’s population growth rate is very high. Combined with the prevailing inheritance system, the landholding per household is decreasing. This limits the agricultural production per household and results in..
Women for Afghan Women (WAW) is a grassroots, civil society organization; our mission is dedicated to securing and protecting the rights of disenfranchised Afghan women and girls, particularly their rights to develop their individual potential, to self-determination, and to be represented in all areas of life: political, social, cultural and economic. We advocate for women’s rights and challenge the norms that underpin gender-based violence wherever opportunities arise to influence attitudes and bring about change. WAW is a resolute advocate for Afghan women’s human rights.
Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) is an Afghan non-governmental, not-for-profit and non-political organization established in 1968. AFGA has been working in the field of Reproductive health and Rights since its inception and has recently become an associate member of International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). AFGA activities were suspended due to war and conflict in the country for ten years (1992-2002) and resumed its activities in 2002 with financial support from International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). IPPF is an alliance of 151 family planning associations known as Member Associations which has projects in over 180 countries. IPPF continues to be the..
Background:The Government of Afghanistan has laid out its vision of reforms in the social protection sector in the Afghanistan National Development Strategy (ANDS) – both in the Pensions and Safety-Net areas. In pensions, the main objective is to ensure fiscal sustainability and mitigate fiscal impact of the Pay and Grading reform on the Pension program, making it consistent with the broader public sector reform agenda. The strategy also recognizes that it is critically important to develop fiscally sound and well-targeted social protection interventions, including Pension system, Safety Nets for improving the poverty outcomes in the country. MoLSAMD intends to introduce a..
National & International Advisors Recruitment Unit (NIARU) Ministry of Economy (MOEC) of the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan seeks to hire a qualified individual consultant to provide consultancy services to the Ministry of Interior affairs in the areas of media and cultural affairs.
The Government of Afghanistan’s (GoA) E-Tazkira initiative is led by the Ministry of the Interior, in collaboration with the Ministry for Communications and IT and the Ministry of Finance.The E-Tazkira project is EU-funded with potential additional funds from USAID and other donors.Under the overall supervision of the Information Management Officer (IMO), the successful candidate will be responsible for providing support to GoA staff in E-Tazkira Enrolment Centres in ten locations in Kabul.
Background: Bu Ali Rehabilitation and Aid Network (BARAN) is a nongovernmental, non-political and independent organization. BARAN has been established in 27.7.2006 registered with the Ministry of Economy (MoEc), Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), Ministry of Education (MoE) , Ministry of labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD), Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and Ministry of Women Affairs (MoWA) in order to deliver standard health care, social and educational services including conducting researches. Special attention is given for the community development by promoting capacity building programs.
~~MOVE is a National humanitarian, independent, non-political, non-sectarian organization would meet the most vital needs in the health system of Afghanistan by offering basic health care for the neediest people. MOVE is aiming the efforts for equitable and quality health care for the people of Afghanistan, especially mothers and children.