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~~The National Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Irrigation Programme (Ru-WatSIP) is one of the six closely interlinked National Development Programmes of Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD) in Afghanistan. In line with Afghanistan National Rural Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Policy, the responsibilities of this programme includes policy and strategy formulation, planning, coordination and implementation of rural water supply, sanitation and hygiene promotion activities undertaken by private sectors, NGOs and the rural communities namely Community Development Councils (CDCs) and District Development Assemblies (DDAs).Ministry of Finance (MoF) is granting..
The International Assistance Mission (IAM) is serving the people of Afghanistan through capacity building in the sectors of Health and Economical Development. In western Region its activities currently are in the areas of mental health, community development and business development services.Community Mental Health Project in the Western Region of Afghanistan aim is, through training to introduce effective, evidence based ways of promoting good mental health into basic education system and to raise awareness for communities on mental health, to promote healthy behavior and to appropriately care for the mentally ill.
Background to the ProgrammeCapacity Building for Results Facility “CBR” is an Afghan led reform and capacity building program, funded by the World Bank through Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF) under the Afghan National Budget. CBR program is managed by the Ministry of Finance and IARCSC and is supervised by a Steering Committee which is composed of the Minister of Finance and the Chairman of IARCSC. The CBR aims at assisting the government in improving the capacity and performance of SELECT SQL_CACHEed line ministries in carrying out their mandates and delivering services to the Afghan people. To help reduce the reliance on externally financed staff, CBR..
Independent Administrative Reforms and Civil Services Commission: The Independent Administrative Reforms and Civil Services Commission (IARCSC) was established in 1382 to manage and lead the government’s efforts to reform and improve public administration in Afghanistan so as to meet the development needs of the country. CBR Objectives: Capacity Building for Results “CBR” is an Afghan led reform and capacity building program, funded through Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund (ARTF) under the Afghan National Budget. CBR program is managed by the Ministry of Finance and IARCSC and is supervised by a Steering Committee which is composed from the Minister of..
About Afghan Bano Consulting Services: Afghan Bano Consulting Services (ABCS) is a Training & Consulting company since 2011. Initially established by the name of Global Group Consultancy Services and it is re-registered by the name Afghan Bano Consulting Services under AISA License# D-01-1867 on 13-June-2015. We are specialize in Training and Human Capital Development especially on women empowerment, for both management and technical skills. In addition, the extensive industrial experience in human resources management, we have a pool of experts in our organization specializing in specific areas that serve organizations of numerous industries. We work together with companies..
Background:Unique Atlantic Telecommunication registered with MCIT (ATRA and AISA License # D-46905) is a leading and experienced Telecommunications Company based in Afghanistan and has operational experience in all over the country since 2009. Providing fast & reliable Internet services all over Afghanistan through Wireless and VSAT coverage.UA Telecom provides more than full connectivity for remote offices, anywhere in Afghanistan. We offer an advanced network solution that delivers the same user experience as offices with terrestrial connections. UA Telecom powered networks provide bandwidth efficiency and high data throughput, in a scalable and affordable package. UA Telecom..
In the recent years, the Central Bank of Afghanistan, known as DA Afghanistan Bank (DAB), identified the low level of human capacity within the financial services sector as a key impediment to the development of the sector. In 2009 DAB took a strategic initiative to establish a training institute in Kabul by the name of Afghanistan Institute of Banking and Finance (AIBF) to build professional competence of employees of banks and microfinance institutions. AIBF, under its Articles of Association, was established as a public-private sector partnership where the private sector maintains majority of shareholders, Board of Directors and management. The Institute is owned by Da Afghanistan Bank..