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In accordance with the Decree 4 of the presidential office of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in view of national politics and strategy of the country during 1383, the Ministry of Energy and Water (MEW) has been established from two existing ministries: Ministries of Energy, Water Resources and Environment.The Government of Afghanistan has identified the rehabilitation and expansion of the country's physical infrastructure as one of its highest priorities for the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan. As part of the basic economic infrastructure of the country, the energy sector occupies special prominence in the Government's development plans. Several major power..
The United Nations Human Settlements Programme, UN-Habitat, is the United Nations agency for human settlements. It is mandated by the UN General Assembly to promote socially and environmentally sustainable communities, towns and cities with the goal of providing adequate shelter for all. The main documents outlining the mandate of the organization are the Vancouver Declaration on Human Settlements, Habitat Agenda, Istanbul Declaration on Human Settlements, the Declaration on Cities and Other Human Settlements in the New Millennium, and Resolution 56/206.By working at all levels and with all relevant stakeholders and partners, the agency contributes to linking policy development and..
About MISFAThe Microfinance Investment Support Facility for Afghanistan (MISFA) was set up in 2003 at the invitation of the Afghan government — to get donor coordination right from the start and avoid the counter-productive efforts that have emerged from conflicting donor objectives in other post-conflict situations. It was established as a vehicle through which the Afghan Government and international donors could channel technical assistance and funding to build Afghanistan’s microfinance sector. MISFA was the first facility of its kind, pooling diverse donor funding mechanisms and converting them into streamlined, flexible support to microfinance institutions in..
CRS carries out development and emergency relief efforts in Afghanistan with a focus on rural livelihoods through diverse programs that promote food security and access to quality education for poor and marginalized communities. CRS Bamyan Office opened in 2008. This office currently supports programming in Yakawlang and Panjab districts of Bamyan Province and Sangi-Takht and Ashterlay districts of Daikundi Province.Primary Role:The Human Resources Officer will primarily be responsible for promoting CRS as an employer of choice for current and potential staff in Bamyan and Daikundi Provinces. The HR officer will oversee efficient and transparent recruitment processes,..
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.