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Jhpiego is an international, non-profit health organization affiliated with The Johns Hopkins University.The USAID funded, Jhpiego-led HEMAYAT project is a five year project aiming to exponentially increase access to, utilization of and demand for high-quality, gender-sensitive and sustainable FP/MNCH services provided by the Afghanistan Ministry of Public Health’s (MoPH’s) Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) and the private sector. This project emphasizes reaching vulnerable populations with high-quality services, especially women, youth and rural Afghans. To access to higher levels of care, we also strengthen referral systems to hospitals via the Essential Package of..
Capacity Building for Results “CBR” Project, started since 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..
Dutch Committee for Afghanistan (DCA) was founded on June 24, 1994, by members of the Board of the already longer existing Dutch Committee for Afghanistan (founded in 1979, shortly after the Soviet invasion). Whereas previous activities of DCA included humanitarian assistance in a broader sense, DCA now focuses on veterinary and livestock related activities. DCA’s mission is “Poverty reduction and increasing food security for the population of Afghanistan by improving the health and productivity of their livestock”The main objective of DCA is to protect and improve the health of existing livestock and to increase livestock production in Afghanistan.To realize the..
HADAAF is not for profit, non sectarian and political organization established in March 2004 and registered with Ministry of Economy and Ministry of HealthPurpose of the establishment is to contribute to the improvement of overall living condition of people especially the most vulnerable groups of people including women, children elderly groups and disables through its input with an emphasis on cost effective intervention and capacity building with in Afghan society thus helping them to contribute to the establishment of a peaceful and stable society regardless of cast, faith ,religion ,ethnicity discrimination and political affiliation to the level of self-reliance,..
The Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) is a non-denominational international development agency established in 1967 by His Highness the Aga Khan. Its mission is to develop and promote creative solutions to problems that impede social development, primarily in Asia and East Africa. Created as a private, non-profit foundation under Swiss law, it has branches and independent affiliates in 19 countries. AKF seeks to provide sustainable solutions to long-term problems of poverty, hunger, illiteracy, and ill health. In Afghanistan, AKF works with rural communities in mountainous, remote or resource poor areas to improve quality of life in the areas of natural..
Sport and Youth Development Organization (SYDO) is implementing football tournaments, competitions, social gatherings, Medias and youth social gathering with the football stars and players for building football capacity and engage community youths in sports. The main goal of the program is to bring about positive changes in people vision's and behaviour to effectively cooperate and deliver message of peace, particularly to contribute a sense of national identity, and promote solidarity among community youths via football.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is the world's largest humanitarian Agency, fighting hunger worldwide. WFP has been working in Afghanistan since 1963. WFP food assistance aims to help the most vulnerable, food insecure Afghans, including women and children, as well as families affected by conflict and natural disasters. In 2014, WFP fed over 3.6 million vulnerable Afghans through various programme activities such as general distributions (food, and/or cash and voucher as the transfer modality); nutrition programmes, through targeted supplementary feeding; school take-home rations; food for assets creation, Purchase for Progress (P4P), training and capacity..