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BackgroundMiDS is an Afghanistan development services company. We are committed to enhance private sector development, human capacity building and strengthen public and private institutions. Our objective is to provide our clients with top quality products, services and solutions that any given contract may require. We have strict quality management and performance criteria that we believe is essential is satisfying our customers. Our staff consists of highly professional individuals from the various fields in which we work in. we believe in striving for excellence in all projects and we will endeavor to maintain this hard earned reputation
Capacity Building for Results (CBR) Facility Project, which commenced in January 2012, aims to support the government’s effort to improve the capacity and performance of core line ministries responsible for national priority programs. The CBR project’s development objective is to assist the government in improving the capacity and performance of SELECT SQL_CACHE line ministries in carrying out their mandates and delivering services to the Afghan people. This will be achieved through the implementation of specific capacity and institution building programs, which include systematic monitoring of and reporting on results. Capacity Building for Results (CBR) Project..
Islamic Relief Worldwide – Afghanistan Country Office (IRA) is an international non profitable Non-governmental humanitarian relief organization with its head quarter in UK-Birmingham. It enjoys consultative status with the Economic and social Council of the United Nations and is a signatory to the Code of Conduct for International Red Cross and red Crescent Moments and NGOs in Disaster Relief. IRA started its humanitarian activities for Afghan Refugees in Pakistan and Afghan people inside Afghanistan in 1992. Since then, IRA continued providing assistances in different fields: Emergency Relief, Agriculture, Health, Education, Engineering and construction, irrigation and social..
Background USAID Resources, Skills, and Capacities in Early Grade Reading in Afghanistan is a twenty-month project designed to provide valuable information to USAID and the Afghan government regarding the current state of literacy among Afghan primary students. The data collected by this project will encourage broader discussion about challenges in early grade reading and help to shape the design and implementation of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA’s) efforts to improve early grade reading outcomes. In support of the RSC-EGR objectives, RSI Consulting (RSI) will administer the EGRA and SMES surveys and data collection, providing data..
BackgroundGlobal Partners (GP) is a UK based NGO, seeking to enable others through sustainable development. GP partners with individuals to create stronger communities and more sustainable economic, health, and educational systems in the countries in which it works. GP Afghanistan has more than 10 years experience in the implementation of multi-sectoral projects across Afghanistan. Among the many types of projects implemented by GP, development projects have been an important part of their project portfolio. GP is seeking to expand its development activities in the Northern provinces of Afghanistan, and is looking for Monitoring and Evaluation Officers to work with..
BackgroundThe objective of the Strong Hubs for Afghan Hope and Resilience (SHAHAR) Program is to create well-governed, fiscally sustainable Afghan municipalities capable of meeting the needs of a growing urban population. Targeted support to 20 provincial municipalities across Afghanistan, as well as the General Directorate of Municipal Affairs (GDMA) and Municipal Advisory Boards (MABs), will lead to improved municipal financial management, urban service delivery, and citizen consultation.
BackgroundAfghanistan health system has made considerable progress over the period of 2002 – 2015 because of MOPH leadership, sound public health policies, innovative service delivery, careful program monitoring and evaluation, and development assistance. In 2003, the MOPH undertook a series of critical and strategic steps: it defined a Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) and later an Essential Package of Hospital Services (EPHS); it established contracting on a large scale with international and national NGOs for delivery of these services; and it prioritized monitoring and evaluation of health sector performance. Data from household surveys (between 2003 and 2011) show a..