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<p>Hand in Hand Afghanistan Organization (HIHAO) is a not-for-profit organization based in Afghanistan. It started operations in 2007. HIHAO is part of the international Hand in Hand (HiH) network of independent organizations, working together towards a shared vision to alleviate poverty through job creation. The overall Hand in Hand mission is to promote the economic and social empowerment of women, by supporting the creation of sustainable enterprises, improved livelihoods and jobs.</p> <p>HIHAOhas implemented projects funded by DFID, European Union, CAFOD, WFP, GIZ, USAID, WB, Danida, Sida, Hilti foundation and Hand in Hand International through its main office in Kabul and regional office in Mazar-e-Sharif.</p> <p>Hand in Hand Afghanistan is implementing the Creating Future Economic Prospects for Reintegration of Returnees and IDPs in Balkh province of Afghanistan through the Layers Poultry Value Chain and Creating economic opportunities for returnees and IDPs during COVID-19 Project from June 2021 to Dec 2022. The Project is funded through GIZ/SEDEP.</p> <p> </p>
<p>Women’s Regional Network’s (WRN) Mission:</p> <p>Founded in 2011, the core purpose of WRN is to amplify the voices of unheard, marginalized women, and with them address the interlinked issues of peace, militarization, forced displacements, (in) security, justice, and governance in South Asia. To this end, WRN connects women peace advocates, committed to working collectively within and across national borders and cultures in traditionally conflicted countries. WRN’s pursuit is reflected in its history where its unique Community Conversations have been used to deliver specific advocacy campaigns to ensure grassroots women’s concerns and their voices shape political discourse, policy development, and program implementation which affect them. </p> <p>Context Analysis:</p> <p> </p> <p>Decades of devastating and brutal war have claimed countless victims among the oppressed people of Afghanistan, mainly among the civilian population, with women and children often the primary targets; people have paid the irreparable human, material, and spiritual price of war with their lives, properties, rights, and interests.</p> <p>With the start of the “negotiations and peace talks between Afghans,” WRN strongly believes the families and relatives of the victims of war and violence should actively participate in this process. Their voices should be heard and concerns should be taken into account in all aspects of the final agreement.</p> <p>The perpetrators of the crimes should be held accountable, and their sentences should not be suspended; neither should they be subject to statutes of limitation. WRN maintains that peace cannot be realistic and sustainable without respect for human rights, justice, equality, and ending the culture of impunity and violence. Therefore, the negotiating parties should recognize the active participation of victims in the negotiation process, as it is one of the main pillars of sustainable peace. The negotiation process should not lead to the re-victimization of war victims.</p>
<p style="text-align:right;"><strong>برنامه تغییر:</strong></p> <p style="text-align:right;">پروژه تغییر مستقیماً جوابگو به چهارچوب صلح و انکشاف ملی افغانستان بشمول اولویت انکشافی در مورد سیستم سازی پاسخگو و موثر اداره عامه و همچنان به هدف ایجاد، حفظ و تقویه تخصص گرایی خدمات ملکی میباشد.</p> <p style="text-align:right;">هدف کلی پروژه تغییر عبارت است از تقویت ظرفیت وزارت ها و ادارات دارای اولویت از طریق استخدام بست های کلیدی به اساس شایستگی، بهبود مدیریت کارمندان و پلانگذاری بهتر منابع بشری.</p> <p style="text-align:right;">پروژه تغییر توسط صندوق وجهی کمک ها برای بازسازی افغانستان (ARTF) و انجمن انکشاف بین المللی (IDA) گروپ بانک جهانی تمویل میگردد و کمیسیون مستقل اصلاحات اداری و خدمات ملکی به نماینده گی از دولت جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان این پروژه را تطبیق مینماید.</p> <p style="text-align:right;">بر اساس پلان استراتیژیک منظورشدۀ منابع بشری، وزارت ها و ادارات برای هر بست دارای متصدی و خالی شامل این پروژه، در شروع هر سال وظایف کلیدی (Key Deliverables) و شواهد اثباتیه (Means of Verification) مطابق به لایحۀ وظایف، اهداف اساسی اداره، در همآهنگی با آمر مستقیم ترتیب و ضم قرار داد کاری شان میگردد. ارزیابی اجراآت کارکنان که از این طریق استخدام میگردند، درختم هر سال به اساس گزارش منظور شده اجراات کاری شان در مقابل وظایف کلیدی و شواهد اثباتیه صورت میگیرد و تمدید قرار داد کاری کارکنان برای سال بعدی مشروط به تکمیل موفقانه این وظایف می باشد.</p> <p style="text-align:right;"><strong>اداره ملی تنظیم امور آب :</strong></p> <p style="text-align:right;">اداره ملی تنظیم امور آب براساس فرمان شماره ۳۶ مورخ ۳۰/۱۱/۱۳۹۹ مقام عالی ریاست جمهوری اسلامی افغانستان از تجزیه وزارت انرژی و آب ایجاد و در قسمت مدیریت همه جانبه منابع آب کشور ، ساخت زیر بنا های آبی فعالیت می نماید</p>
<p>The Citizens Charter is a National Priority Program (NPP) of the National Unity Government (NUG) that was officially launched on September 25, 2016.<br /> The Citizens Charter is an inter-ministerial, multi-sectorial NPP, where Ministries have collaborated to provide basic services to rural communities. The key service delivery ministries involved are: Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD), Ministry of Education (MoE), Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL), with oversight by Ministry of Finance (MoF). MRRD has a key role and will be responsible for infrastructural development and strengthening CDCs and Cluster CDCs. The Community Development Councils (CDCs) will be linked to sub-national government to improve communication and coordination from the community to the district, provincial and national levels - increasing Government visibility and accountability. The Citizens’ Charter is an important foundation for the Government’s reform agenda, contributing to a number of priority areas including: Ensuring Citizens’ Development Rights; Building Better Governance; Reforming Development Planning & Management and Developing Partnerships.<br /> The Citizens Charter intends to improve service delivery by ensuring minimum service standards, provide greater responsiveness by the Government to the people and increase the level of public satisfaction with services. The Charter commits to deliver the following core services across the country over a 10-year period:</p> <ul> <li> Basic health services</li> <li> Basic education access</li> <li> Safe drinking water and sanitation</li> <li> Improved farming technologies and the delivery of extension services</li> <li> Rural connectivity with tertiary roads</li> <li> Rural renewable energy</li> </ul> <p> </p>
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Bluemont’s Conflict Mitigation Assistance for Civilians (COMAC) program provides comprehensive victims’ assistance (VA) to Afghan families suffering from military operations by delivering direct and indirect assistance building the capacity of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) advocacy and outreach.\r\n\r\nTo build a sustainable base for VA in Afghanistan COMAC focuses on building the capacity of GIRoA especially Ministry of Martyrs and Disabled Affairs (MMD) as the main governmental entity for VA services while also addressing the broader challenges of collecting and managing data national- and provincial-level stakeholder coordination resource mobilization enacting rights-based legislation and policies and the systemic inclusion of victims and mainstreaming VA across sectors and programs. Capacity building efforts include participatory capacity assessments and workshops reinforcing knowledge transfer for sustainability coordinating with relevant service providers and institutionalizing capacity building for the future. Together these efforts touch on individual organizational and institutional levels.