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URBAN LEAD Services is a private Afghan operating management, consultancy and training firm registered with the Government of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Its ambition is to strengthen and develop human and institutional capacity, ensure on-time and quality services to government, international organization, and private sector. URBAN LEAD promote and enhance the human capabilities and provide opportunities under the holistic approach of Human Development.It is a private firm that carries out management of the projects, manage human resources, provides trainings, Monitoring and Evaluation services, conduct audit and surveys, and also has the translation services. The URBAN LEAD has the..
The Regional Programs Coordination Office (RPCO) was established in the MRRD compound in 2007 as one of the largest rural support program in terms of scope and coverage area, working across the county. The demand for rural development motivated the program management to operate in several sectors that created a stage for diversified activities, whereas all other national programs of the ministry are engaged in their specific sectors. In addition, the Program responds to expressed needs of the rural people, who require various basic services (community based infrastructures) which no other single rural development program has addressed so far. The program development efforts are focused on..
The “Afghanistan Civil Society Forum-organization” (ACSFo), started at the outset of 2002, and offers representatives of Afghan civil society a platform for exchange of information and opinion on topics relevant to the civil society. ACSFo networks a wide range of actors with each other and seeks to facilitate coordination in their work. ACSFo also aims to promote civil society forces in Afghanistan and to involve them in the development and political process of the country.
The Grain Research and Innovation (GRAIN) project was conceived in response to Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan’s (GIRoA’s) need to build the wheat research capacity of the Ministry and Directorates of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL/DAILs) and the Agricultural Research Institute of Afghanistan (ARIA). The USAID-funded five-year project is being implemented by Michigan State University’s (MSU) Global Center for Food Systems Innovation (GCFSI). The goals of GRAIN are to: 1) strengthen national and provincial capacity to conduct research on wheat in collaboration with farmers, extension agents, provincial universities, international research centers,..