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Services Organization for UNity and Development (SOUND) is a non-profit, impartial humanitarian organization established in 2009 under registration number 1507 with the Ministry of Economy in Kabul, Afghanistan. SOUND strives to promote culture of unity and social justice, good governance and gender equality through offering social protection services, civic education, and civil society developmental initiatives in Afghanistan.
موخې او دندېد افغانستان اسلامي جمهوريت د چارو ادارې لوی ریاست، د خپلواک بودجوي واحد په توګه په هېواد کې د افغانستان اسلامي جمهوریت ریاست تر نظرلاندې جوړ شوی دی تر څو وکولائ شي د ښه، سالم او د فساد څخه لرې حکومتولۍ په برخه کې د یوې منظمې مقررې په اساس فعاله ونډه ولري، یاده اداره د چارو همغږي او ښه والی، د ولسمشر لپاره د مسلکي آسانتیاوو برابرول، د هیواد په درې ګوني ارکانو کې د ولسمشر د..
Humanitarian Services Organization for Afghanistan (HSOA) is a non-governmental, non-political and non-profit organization which was established in April 2011 by a group of Afghan volunteers in order to present humanitarian services for vulnerable Afghans who have suffered three decades of war. The primary objective of Humanitarian Services Organization for Afghanistan is to alleviate suffering, maintain human dignity and promote professional development. The main branch of this organization is located in the North of Afghanistan in Balkh Province, Mazar-i-Sharif City.
The ASA provides an outstanding world-class education for pre-school, kindergarten, primary and secondary students. Classes are taught in both English Dari and Pashto preparing students for English fluency. The curriculum emphasizes mathematics, science, language, art, and world affairs. To align our instructional materials and methods with rapidly evolving international standards, ASA uses the most up to date textbooks and technology equipment available. ASA instruction complies with Afghanistan’s Ministry of Education requirements and promotes and upholds Islamic values.ASA features a few unique educational elements that truly help to shape the students into a bilingual, multicultural..
About MRCA: MRCA is a French-based NGO, working in the sector of Health for Afghans since 1986. Since 1994, we have been developing Health Care services projects in different provinces of Afghanistan, including the management of hospitals, clinics, and health centers. MRCA is also managing Health Care Staff training, in particular for Nurses and Midwives. With around 1,000 staff in Afghanistan across 2 provinces in Farah and Nimroz, MRCA is a major actor of the Health Sector in Afghanistan. MRCA Values:We uphold the Humanitarian Principles: humanity, neutrality, impartiality, and operational independence. We affirmatively engage the most vulnerable communities. We..
KHANAGi, a bread shop serving homemade, quality whole-wheat breads, pizzas and Afghan delicacies, is established and managed by the Afghanistan Center for Excellence (ACE). KHANAGi utilizes locally sourced toppings and sides (such as jams, pickled products, cheese, qiamaq) from Kabul family producers. KHANAGi also functions as a socially responsible and sustainable enterprise, providing economic opportunities and purpose to the staff working in the shop as well as the local producers, suppliers, and other stakeholders in the local community.
Humanitarian Actions for the people of Afghanistan (HAPA) has been working since 1991 in the southern region (including Kandahar, Helmand, Zabul & Urozgan provinces). HAPA has main Office in Kandahar province located in Shahri Naw Chowk, District # 6 and sub-offices in (Helmand, Zabul, Nimroz, & Urozgan provinces). HAPA has 50 permanent qualified staff members in the four offices of the southern region. HAPA remained the implementing partner (IP) for the following UN agencies (including UNODC, UN-WFP, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNOCHA, and UNAMA) and international agencies such as (JICA, CIDA, DAI, and IOM in the past). HAPA has implemented numerous aid projects with the subject..