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The Aga Khan Agency for Habitat (AKAH) has been established to ensure that communities in the Aga Khan Development Network’s (AKDN) operational area, live in physical settings that are as safe as possible from the effects of natural disasters, and that these physical settings are conducive for developing livelihood opportunities and have access to social and financial services. Equally, AKAH is to ensure that in all risk prone areas of its operations, communities are well prepared for, and able to respond to, any disaster event. AKAH’s mandate is to:ensure that in rural areas of operation, villages are made as safe as possible through the implementation of structural..
The Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is a humanitarian, non-governmental, non-profit organization working in more than 30 countries throughout the world. DRC has been present in Afghanistan since the end of 2010 implementing programming that includes livelihoods, protection, emergency response and preparedness, infrastructure development, and supply chain management and logistical support to UNHCR. DRC is registered with the Government of Afghanistan through the Ministry of Economy and MoRR. DRC AFG has implemented programs funded by DANIDA, EC, ECHOP, BPRM, UNHCR and WFP supporting over 25,000 displaced families per year. DRC adopts a regional approach unifying our country programs in..
Afghanistan Social Improvement Organization “ASIO” is a non-governmental and non-profitable organization. All ASIO activities are carried out in accordance to the Afghanistan government rules and regulations. Afghanistan Social Improvement Organization “ASIO” is committed to creating of productive work environment and professional relations among the employees in order to contribute in the development of Education, Agriculture Global Standard / Livestock, Education Training, Civil Society and overall development of Afghanistan. It is also dedicated to provide top quality services to destitute and needy people of the country
Afghanistan Center for Training and Development ACTD is a registered non for profit, non-political and non-governmental independent organization working for development and transformation of civil society in Afghanistan. ACTD was established in March 2007 by a group of Afghan professionals to offer research, training and consultancy services in order to develop practically applicable knowledge. ACTD is currently operating in 15 provinces of the country providing services in the fields of community and civil society development, training/capacity building, research, and health service delivery.
Background: The objective of the Strong Hubs for Afghan Hope and Resilience (SHAHAR) Program is to create well-governed, fiscally sustainable Afghan municipalities capable of meeting the needs of a growing urban population. Targeted support to 20 provincial municipalities across Afghanistan, as well as the General Directorate of Municipal Affairs (GDMA) and Municipal Advisory Boards (MABs), will lead to improved municipal financial management, urban service delivery, and citizen consultation.
The International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) is a neutral, impartial and independent organization. Its exclusively humanitarian mission is to protect the lives and dignity of victims of war and internal violence and to provide them with assistance. The ICRC endeavours to alleviate suffering by promoting and strengthening humanitarian law and universal humanitarian principles.
The Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief and Development (ACBAR) is an umbrella organization that promotes transparency and accountability as well as facilitating coordination among NGOs working in Afghanistan with the government, civil society, UN and donor agencies.ACBAR was founded in 1988 by NGOs working with Afghan refugees in Pakistan and acts as a conduit for information among the UN, NGOs, donors and the Government of Afghanistan (GoA). Among its current donors are Peace Winds Japan, Tawanmandi, DFID and NGO members. ACBAR currently has a membership of 140 national and international NGOs. All applicants are vetted and are required to sign the Afghanistan NGO Code of Conduct...
Adam Smith International (ASI) is a British consultancy organisation which has been working in Afghanistan on economic and government reform since early 2002. Background The Adam Smith International MTO Output advisers and staff will assist the Office of the Director General of Revenue. The Executive Office will be responsible for providing support and technical expert advice to the Director General, Revenue, ensuring effective organization of his office as well as timely, accurate and quality delivery and receipt of documentation to and from all stakeholders. The executive office will not have any secretarial duties and will operate at the strategic and functional level..