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وزارت امور شهر سازی: با روی کار آمدن دولت مؤقت اسلامی افغانستان درسال 1380 به منظور انسجام هر چه بهتر در زمینه شهر سازی، حل مشکلات شهری دوباره به وزارت شهر سازی و مسکن ارتقاء و در سال 1385 به اساس حکم دولت جمهوری افغانستان به وزارت انکشاف شهری تغییر نام یافت و در سال 1389 به نام وزارت امور شهر سازی مسمی گردید که نه نتها یک اداره دولتی جهت تهیه و تدوین سیاستگذاری توسعه شهری بوده، بلکه پیگیر از..
Society for Sustainable Development of Afghanistan (SSDA) is an indigenous, non-political and local NGO, registered with the Government of Afghanistan. SSDA has been founded to address issues of sustainable development through innovation, appropriate technology promotion and capacity building. SSDA’s philosophy is not to duplicate the mandate of existing NGOs, rather carve a niche of its own to distinctly contribute to the sustainable development agenda through working in areas of community development for poverty alleviation through Natural Resource Management, Drinking Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation, Community Physical Infrastructure, Governance, Drug demand reduction..
BRAC is a nongovernmental development organization originated in Bangladesh and currently working in 10 countries in Asia and Africa. BRAC began its operation in Afghanistan in 2002, has been implementing its development programs in education, health, youth development, national solidarity as well as capacity development in the country.
~~MADERA (Mission d’ Aide au Développement des Economies Rurales) is a French NGO working in Afghanistan since 1988 in order to contribute to the recovery of rural economies devastated by war years, and to favour the resettlement of villager’s communities. We implement rural development projects of Forestry, Agriculture, Animal Health, Civil Engineering, Handicraft, PHDP, Monitoring and support to WFP and NSP (National Solidarity Program) in 5 provinces: Bamyan, Wardak, Kunar, Laghman and Nooristan. Our headquarter office is in Kabul with a liaison office in Jalalabad.
Women for Afghan Women (WAW) is a grassroots, civil society organization; our mission is dedicated to securing and protecting the rights of disenfranchised Afghan women and girls, particularly their rights to develop their individual potential, to self-determination, and to be represented in all areas of life: political, social, cultural and economic. We advocate for women’s rights and challenge the norms that underpin gender-based violence wherever opportunities arise to influence attitudes and bring about change. WAW is a resolute advocate for Afghan women’s human rights.
MERCY CORPS SUMMARY: Mercy Corps helps people turn the crises they confront into the opportunities they deserve. Driven by local needs, our programs provide communities in the world’s toughest places with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives. Our worldwide team in 42 countries is improving the lives of 19 million people. For more information, please visit our website: http://www.mercycorps.org. Mercy Corps has been working in Afghanistan continuously since 1986, and in recent years, has helped more than 2.5 million Afghans through a wide-range of community–based agriculture and economic development programs. Mercy Corps is..