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Who we areOxfam has been involved in Afghanistan since 1962, with an in country presence since 1990. Oxfam initially started by supporting partners and from 1990 directly provided emergency relief and development work including WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene), agriculture, livelihoods, governance and gender, and has played a key role in advocacy. Oxfam is a leading aid, development, and campaigning charity with a worldwide reputation for excellence and over 60 years of experience. Working at Oxfam is so much more than just a job. As an Oxfam employee, you will join a team of professionals that is part of the international confederation of 17 organizations networked..
Organization for Research and Skills Training for Women (ORSTW) is a non-profit, non-political, and non-governmental a civil society organization which is registered with Ministry of Economy (MoE) in 2011under registration number 2424. Organization for Research and Skills Training for Women (ORSTW) mainly works in the field of vocational and technical trainings. We work to empower female and male both educationally and economically thorough career trainings and providing employment opportunities, internships, and real jobs. ORSTW has been working to empower youth through civic engagement and skills development and to promote human rights, women rights, Child- rights; to..
The Human Rights Research and Advocacy Consortium is a group of 14 Afghan and international organizations. It was established in early 2003 to engage in proactive research and advocacy on human rights issues in Afghanistan.The members of the Consortium are: Afghan Development Association; Agency for technical cooperation and development; Action Aid; Care International; Swedish Committee for Afghanistan and ACBAR are advisory organizations to the Consortium.HRRAC encourage all suitable National candidates to apply for Human Resource Assistant based at Kabul to support its programs in Afghanistan.
~~The purpose of the Initiative to Strengthen Local Administrations (ISLA) Program is to strengthen the sub-national government system in Afghanistan to enable the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) to improve provincial governance in the areas of fiscal and development planning, representation of citizens, and enhanced delivery of public services. USAID ISLA will strengthen subnational systems in the areas of planning, operations, communication, representation, and citizen engagement. Improvements in these areas, along with the passage of legal frameworks for sub-national governance by GIRoA will improve the government’s ability to prioritize service delivery..