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As a federal enterprise, GIZ supports the German Government in achieving its objectives in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. GIZ operates throughout Germany and in more than 130 countries worldwide. We have more than 17,000 staff members around the globe, some 70% of whom are employed locally as national personnel. The program for Sustainable Economic Development and Employment Promotion (SEDEP) supports agro-based value chains in six northern provinces of Afghanistan The overall goal of the Programme is to increase employment opportunities, income and add value to the products in agriculture sector targeting poultry products, cashmere, dairy..
Mahboba’s Promise is an Australian non-profit organisation dedicated to the women and children of Afghanistan. Mahboba’s Promise was founded by Mahboba Rawi, an Afghan refugee and now an Australian citizen, who has experienced first-hand the effects of a country torn apart by years of war and civil unrest. Founded in 1998, Mahboba’s Promise began its mission by helping to care for Afghan refugees who had been forced into a refugee camp in Pakistan by a devastating earthquake in Takhar, Afghanistan. With Mahboba’s intimate knowledge of Afghanistan, Mahboba’s Promise was able to respond effectively and with flexibility, to directly meet the needs of orphans..
وزارت زراعت، آبیاری و مالداری:وزارت زراعت، آبیاری و مالداری، یکی از وزارت های سکتوری حکومت افغانستان است. با در نظرداشت تقریباً سه دهه ناآرامی، جنگ، خشکسالی و افزایش چشمگیر در تولید کوکنار، وزارت زراعت تلاش دارد با کمک به دهاقین، اقتصاد زراعتیِکشور را احیاء کند، تولید و بهرهبرداری را رشد دهد، منابع طبیعی افغانستان را بمنظور رشد پایدار مدیریت و حفاظت نماید،..
ELITE Academic Center Kabul Afghanistan an institution established in 2015 and registered with the ministry of education of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. The establishment of ELITE Academic Center is according with the extreme need of support to the rebuilding process of Afghanistan in the higher and professional education sector. ELITE Academic Center as an institution provides quality and standard higher education is committed to play a positive role in contributing to the education sector by giving specific goals with education programs that meet the contemporary requirements to practically and realistically achieve its goals and make a difference in the lives of young..
BackgroundSince 2002 three main donors of health sector, namely, The European Union (EU), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Bank (WB) have played a pivotal role in financing health services and health system development in Afghanistan. Significant improvements have been made in the health sector of Afghanistan. Improvements are seen in the access to key maternal health services such as antenatal care (32% in 2006 to 54% in 2012) and institutional deliveries (15% in 2006 to 40% in 2012). Despite..
KARWAN is a leading university in Kabul Afghanistan, established in 2009 it offers qualified candidates with graduate and post graduate level of education in Management Sciences, Law, computer sciences, political Sciences and Engineering Sciences. Karwan University graduates will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge to meet professional competencies as professionals and global citizens.
AREA is a non-governmental, non-political & non-profitable Organization established in 1993 and registered with Ministry of Economy of the Government Islamic Republic of Afghanistan with a Registration Number (75). AREA envisions the achievement of peace and stability in Afghanistan through enabling the communities, and believes that empowering communities at the grassroots level is the key to having a developed and prosperous Afghanistan
BackgroundAfghanistan is ranked low epidemic country but faces a high risk of HIV/AIDS epidemic. There is little awareness about HIV and AIDS in the general population, policy makers local influencer and most at risk groups. The epidemic is currently concentrated among KAPs spicily in PWIDs. The high risk practices include injecting drug use and unsafe sex. These practices are associated with stigma. The National HIV/AIDS Control program (NACP) was established in the MOPH in 2003, to coordinate the response to HIV. In 2006, the National HIV/AIDS Strategic framework ( NSF-I) for 2006-2010 was formulated, and revised in 2011(NSF-II 2011-2015).In 2015 National Strategic Plan (NSP-III..