Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul and with 20 other offices across three provinces, Afghanaid’s work helps community-based recovery and development in some of the most remote areas of the country. A small marketing and fundraising office is based in London. More than 400 national and 12 international personnel are employed in Afghanistan.
Afghanaid works alongside poor Afghans to enhance their opportunities and capabilities to achieve sustainable and equitable economic and social development. Afghanaid does this through a range of programme interventions that support grass-roots development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; improved livelihoods, through natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; as well as humanitarian assistance. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.
 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region) and in Nangarhar  as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region) and in Nangarhar as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans


Afghanaid

 

Afghanaid  is  a  British  international  NGO  (www.afghanaid.org.uk)  that  has  been  working  in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul and with 15 other offices across four provinces, Afghanaid’s work helps community-based recovery and development in some of the most remote areas of the country.  A small marketing and fundraising office is based in London. More than 160 national and 8 international personnel are employed in Afghanistan.

Afghanaid works alongside poor Afghans to enhance their opportunities and capabilities to achieve sustainable and equitable economic and social development.  Afghanaid  does this  through a range of programme interventions  that  support grass-roots development  of basic services, such as water and  sanitation,  access  roads,  education  facilities  and  other  community  infrastructure;  improved livelihoods, through natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; as well as humanitarian assistance. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 33 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, supporting the development of basic services, rural livelihoods and initiatives that reduce the risk of disasters, as well as responding to humanitarian emergencies when they occur. Afghanaid is the lead partner of the Afghanistan Resilience Consortium (ARC), a consortium of 4 British and Irish NGOs: Afghanaid, Save the Children, ActionAid and Concern Worldwide, as well as the United Nations Environment Programme. The Consortium works together to build national, sub-national and community capacity in climate change adaptation, DRR and resilience.

 


Afghanaid

1. Background

Afghanaid is an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk), registered in the UK, specializing in Afghanistan since 1981. Afghanaid has been assisting and facilitating people-driven processes of recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and needs of Afghans in some of the most remote areas of the country for nearly three decades. Afghanaid’s Board of Trustees is based in the UK, together with its registered office. The Head Office is located in Kabul. Afghanaid works in three provinces, namely Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region), Ghor (western region)  3 provincial offices serve these provinces, which are well resourced with experienced and skilled Afghan women and men staff, with management support and technical guidance provided by a roving team of senior national and international managers based in Kabul. Afghanaid has over 400 staff members, 97% of them are Afghans.  Afghanaid works under three main pillars and also takes into consideration cross cutting themes. The projects are mainly implemented in three provinces, Ghor, Samanghan and Bardakshan.

Pillar 1:   Basic Services for All – WASH, Education and Community Infrastructure.

Pillar 2:  Economic Opportunities, Sustainable Livelihoods and Food Security.

Pillar 3: Humanitarian Emergencies and Disaster Risks Reduction

Cross-cutting Themes: Gender Equality, Governance and Community Development.

 

2- Strategic Orientation of Afghanaid-EC Partnership

Afghanaid has been implementing programs in Samangan province of Afghanistan since 1996. In partnership with different international donors and government ministries, the action on promoting women’s rights and strengthening civil society builds on Afghanaid past work on Women’s Resource Centers (WRC), CDC and other interest groups. Afghanaid as part of a broader livelihoods program had supported Womens Resource Centers (WRCs) in Badakhshan, Samangan and Ghor provinces of Afghanistan

Project Background Afghanaid is leading on implementation of 36 month EC funded project started in 2nd Oct 2014 and is going on in 7 districts of Kabul and Mazar-e Sharif since by the name of Supporting Actors for Sustainable Protection of Human Rights in Afghanistan (SAHRA) The specific objectives of the project is to support and protect human rights and their defenders by reinforcing their capacities to do their work in the short and long-term. This project will be completed by 31 Sep 2017 and project expects three results as following:

Result-1: Enhanced capacities and visibility of 100 women/ human rights defenders and civil society human rights network organizations:

To achieve this result is Afghanaid and `ACSFO provide tangible capacity building opportunity to project staff and beneficiaries in both Kabul and Balkh provinces to the 100 Human Rights Defender (HTD’s-100 women/human rights defenders, civil society and female media organizations include 40 women and children rights defenders, 10 youth/civil society organizations, 25 women media organizations/practitioners and 25 CDCs and relevant government departments, stakeholders

Result-2: 20% improvement over the baseline on women’s participation in the reform and development process and provision of sustainable legal avenues for addressing women rights

Our partner organization ACSFO provide regular training and awareness-raising activities that will set the foundation for a more inclusive dialogue within local institutions which over the course of the project will lead to greater participation and accountability for women in the planning process and ultimately to the more effective development communities desire.

Result-3: Enhanced awareness on women/human rights and fundamental freedom through broadcast and print media

Afghanaid and Implementing Partner role in SAHRA  

Afghanaid as the lead partner of SAHRA project is committed to provide institution capacity building opportunity to the both local implementing partner’s staff especially to project team in 1-2 year of the project. The intention behind this activity is that, equip project team with the advanced knowledge and skill on PCM, as its seen that investing on human capacity will provide replicability, in return the partner staff will be enablable to undertake substantial capacity building of women rights defenders who can serve as change agents and advocate for their rights to assist communities in developing skills and activities to improve women’s future life chances.

Afghanaid and the local implementing partner’s (Afghan Civil Society Forum Organization (ASCFO) & Afghan Educational Production Organization -AEPO).have been working with local communities and institutions in more than 14 province for the last over two decades. The EC –European Commission-36 month financial contribution through the project provides an excellent opportunity to Afghanaid as the (lead partner) to build the capacity of the local partner in thematic areas which has specially contributes toward effective project management.

Rational

Based on the initial partner assessment and training need assessment findings project prioritized project team capacity build as key indicator for proper project management .  

Effective management of the project including strong advocacy and community mobilization for promotion of human and women’s rights will be dependent on the staff’s understanding of the notion project cycle management. Therefore it is extremely important that staff fully understand the concept of training especially on the practical steps , tools and methodologies uses for analysis of project themes and we extremely expect that, building capacity of staff on the relevant subjects will be enabling them in effective project program planning implementation’s  monitoring and evaluation  of  situation of violation of human rights in Afghanistan and how to advocate for individual or group of community experiencing rights or gender based discrimination through gender sensitive project cycle management .


Afghanaid

Afghanaid and the Early Recovery Consortium (ERC):

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 33 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, supporting the development of basic services, rural livelihoods and initiatives that reduce the risk of disasters, as well as responding to humanitarian emergencies when they occur. Afghanaid is a member of the Early Recovery Consortium (ERC), a consortium of three INGOs: Norwegian Refugee Council, DACAAR and Afghanaid, as well as the UN-HABITAT. The Consortium provides durable solutions for protracted IDPs and returnee refugees from neighbouring countries.


Afghanaid

Introduction:

Afghanaid  is  a  British  international  NGO  (www.afghanaid.org.uk)  that  has  been  working  in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul and with 9 other offices across three provinces (Ghor, Samangan, Badakhshan and Nangarhar). Afghanaid’s work helps community-based recovery and development in some of the most remote areas of the country.  A small marketing and fundraising office is based in London.             

Afghanaid works alongside poor Afghans to enhance their opportunities and capabilities to achieve sustainable and equitable economic and social development.  Afghanaid  does this  through a range of programme interventions  that  support grass-roots development  of basic services, such as water and  sanitation,  access  roads,  education  facilities  and  other  community  infrastructure;  improved livelihoods, through natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; as well as humanitarian assistance. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity. 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 33 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, supporting the development of basic services, rural livelihoods and initiatives that reduce the risk of disasters, as well as responding to humanitarian emergencies when they occur. Afghanaid is a member of the Early Recovery Consortium (ERC), a consortium of three INGOs: Norwegian Refugee Council, DACAAR and Afghanaid, as well as the UN-HABITAT. The Consortium provides durable solutions for protracted IDPs and returnee refugees from neighbouring countries.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 33 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, supporting the development of basic services, rural livelihoods and initiatives that reduce the risk of disasters, as well as responding to humanitarian emergencies when they occur. Afghanaid is a member of the Early Recovery Consortium (ERC), a consortium of three INGOs: Norwegian Refugee Council, DACAAR and Afghanaid, as well as the UN-HABITAT. The Consortium provides durable solutions for protracted IDPs and returnee refugees from neighbouring countries.

 

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO’s that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul and with 10 other offices across three provinces, Afghanaid’s work helps community-based recovery and development in some of the most remote areas of the country. A small marketing and fundraising office is based in London. More than 150 national and 8 international personnel are employed in Afghanistan.

Afghanaid works alongside poor Afghans to enhance their opportunities and capabilities to achieve sustainable and equitable economic and social development.  Afghanaid  does this  through a range of programme interventions  that  support grass-roots development  of basic services, such as water and  sanitation,  access  roads,  education  facilities  and  other  community  infrastructure;  improved livelihoods, through natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; as well as humanitarian assistance. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British-registered international NGO, which has worked in Afghanistan for over 30 years. We assist community-driven processes that address the rights and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan, providing basic services, supporting development of rural livelihoods and responding to humanitarian emergencies. We are headquartered in Kabul, and operate 20 provincial and district offices across Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region) and Ghor (western region), as well as a Marketing and Fundraising office in London. We employ around 160 personnel, 97% of whom are Afghans.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity

نهاد

 

افغان اید یک نهاد غیر دولتی (NGO) بریتانیایی (www.afghanaid.org.uk) است که از سال 1983 بدینسو در افغانستان فعالیت دارد. دفتر مرکزی آن در کابل است که پروژه ها را مستقیماً در 6 ولایت، و از طریق شرکاء نهاد همکار مزیداً در 9 ولایت تطبیق مینماید و یک دفتر بازاریابی و جمع آوری پول برای پروژه ها را در لندن دارد. افغان اید در برخی از دورترین مناطق کشور و از طریق یک سلسله برنامه های پروژوی، انکشاف/توسعۀ خدمات اساسی، مانند آب و حفظ الصحه، سرک های دسترسی، تسهیلات تعلیم و تربیه و زیربنا های جامعه فعالیت می نماید ، معیشت ها را از طریق مدیریت بهتر منابع طبیعی، زراعت و انکشاف/توسعۀ کاروبار های کوچک، دسترسی بهبود یافته به مارکیت ها، تقویت نموده کمک های بشردوستانه را در حالات اضطراری فراهم مینماید. موضوع جنسیت/جندر، حکومتداری محلی و انکشاف/توسعۀ جامعه در تمام فعالیت های افغان اید شامل ساخته شده اند. نتایج حاصله از این پروژه ها افغان اید را به یکی از نهاد های با اعتبار و قابل احترام مبدل نموده و طرف های ذینفع، آن را منحیث یک نهاد خیریۀ مؤثر و تعاونی می شناسند.

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid, an international NGO operating in Afghanistan for last 30 years, has a mandate to facilitate and support Afghan women, men and children in their fight against poverty, inequality and injustice. Our priority sector areas are food security, sustainable livelihoods (staple human & animal crops, horticulture, and livestock), engagement with private sector/markets and rural enterprise development (on & off-farm), and community productive physical infra-structure development. Our cross cutting areas of work that underpin grassroots projects and advocacy are good sub-national governance, gender equality, community development and disaster risk reduction. We are a rights based learning organization that works with both right bearers and duty holders through grassroots programming and advocacy and policy initiatives within and outside the country

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid, an international NGO operating in Afghanistan for last 30 years, has a mandate to facilitate and support Afghan women, men and children in their fight against poverty, inequality and injustice. Our priority sector areas are food security, sustainable livelihoods (staple human & animal crops, horticulture, and livestock), engagement with private sector/markets and rural enterprise development (on & off-farm), and community productive physical infra-structure development. Our cross cutting areas of work that underpin grassroots projects and advocacy are good sub-national governance, gender equality, community development and disaster risk reduction. We are a rights based learning organization that works with both right bearers and duty holders through grassroots programming and advocacy and policy initiatives within and outside the country

 

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity.


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is a British international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) that has been working in Afghanistan since 1983. Headquartered in Kabul, Afghanaid implements projects directly in 6 provinces and through partners in a further 9 provinces and maintains a marketing and fundraising office in London. Afghanaid works in some of the most remote areas of the country and through a range of programme interventions supports development of basic services, such as water and sanitation, access roads, education facilities and other community infrastructure; strengthens livelihoods through improved natural resource management, agricultural and small enterprise development, and improved access to markets; and provides humanitarian assistance in times of emergencies. Gender mainstreaming, local governance and community development are integrated into all of Afghanaid’s work. The results achieved have earned Afghanaid the respect and recognition of stakeholders as an effective and collaborative charity


Afghanaid

Afghanaid is an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk), registered in the UK, specializing in Afghanistan since 1981. Afghanaid has been assisting and facilitating people-driven processes of emergency assistance, recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and fundamental needs of Afghans in some of the most remote areas of the country for nearly three decades. The Head Office is located in Kabul. Afghanaid works in four provinces, namely Badakhshan (north-eastern region), Samangan (northern region), Ghor (western region) and Nuristan (eastern region). 18 district offices and 4 provincial offices serve these provinces, which are well resourced with experienced and skilled Afghan women and men staff, with management support and technical guidance provided by a roving team of senior national and international sectoral specialists and managers based in Kabul. 

 


Afghanaid

Afghanaid, an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) registered in England and Wales, has facilitated community-driven processes for emergency assistance, recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan for the past 3 decades. Headquartered in Kabul, with provincial and district offices in Badakhshan, Herat, Logar, Nangarhar, Samangan, and Ghor and a Marketing and Fundraising office in London, Afghanaid employs 345 personnel, 95% of whom are Afghans.  


Afghanaid

The Organisation

Afghanaid, an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) registered in England and Wales, has facilitated community-driven processes for emergency assistance, recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan for the past 3 decades. Headquartered in Kabul, with provincial and district offices in Badakhshan, Herat, Logar, Nangarhar, Samangan, and Ghor and a Marketing and Fundraising office in London, Afghanaid employs 345 personnel, 95% of whom are Afghans.  


Afghanaid

Afghanaid, an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) registered in England and Wales, has facilitated community-driven processes for emergency assistance, recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan for the past 3 decades. Headquartered in Kabul, with provincial and district offices in Badakhshan, Herat, Logar, Nangarhar, Samangan, and Ghor and a Marketing and Fundraising office in London, Afghanaid employs 345 personnel, 95% of whom are Afghans


Afghanaid

Afghanaid, an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) registered in England and Wales, has facilitated community-driven processes for emergency assistance, recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan for the past 3 decades. Headquartered in Kabul, with provincial and district offices in Badakhshan, Herat, Logar, Nangarhar, Samangan, and Ghor and a Marketing and Fundraising office in London, Afghanaid employs 345 personnel, 95% of whom are Afghans


Afghanaid

Afghanaid, an international NGO (www.afghanaid.org.uk) registered in England and Wales, has facilitated community-driven processes for emergency assistance, recovery and development to address rights, entitlements and fundamental needs of people in some of the most remote areas of Afghanistan for the past 3 decades. Headquartered in Kabul, with provincial and district offices in Badakhshan, Herat, Logar, Nangarhar, Samangan, and Ghor and a Marketing and Fundraising office in London, Afghanaid employs 345 personnel, 95% of whom are Afghans

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