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“The Awakening” was formed by some young and committed human rights and social workers of District Swat in February 2008 for improving the socio- economic conditions of rural communities and neglected segments of society, specially youth and women. It started working with small level charity actions, including holding free blood grouping and medical camps and slowly shifted to strategic interventions towards sustainable development. For that purpose it mobilized local communities on various issues at village level, formed Community Based Groups and then transferred the same into Community based organizations. “The Awakening” mobilized internal and external physical, financial and human resources. It devised comprehensive strategy ranging from social mobilization, training and capacity building, linkages building with resource providers /government line agencies, in collaboration with other Community Based Organization and like-minded Organizations to boost advocacy campaign on various issues. “The Awakening” has strengthened its capacity further this year 2013; it got funds from other donors to implement its planned and proposed interventions for youth development, girl empowerment, climate change, environment, justice and women rights. Through this way its capacity of program planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation and human resource has increased and become more effective organization. It is doing advocacy for the rights of people and social justice for the neglected segments of society including women, girls, youth and rural communities. “The Awakening” has strengthened its networking with local and national humanitarian and rights-based organizations. “The Awakening” has established 20 women groups in all the seven tehsils of District Swat and the women of these groups are member of “The Awakening”. Beside this “The Awakening” has gathered all the youth groups under one umbrella/platform, we have named this platform as S.A.Y.A (Swat Active Youth Alliance) S.A.Y.A in Urdu means shadow of tree. The S.A.Y.A comprises of 18 active youth groups from the entire district including both male and female. Besides this we have formed 16 village organizations/groups this group is named as S.A.C.A (Swat 2 Organizational Profile | Active Citizens Alliance in different villages from the entire district. “The Awakening” has organized some 20 women groups in the entire district Swat and these Women groups are gathered under the platform of Da Khwendo Jirga (The Sisters Council) this is the first ever women council in the history of Pakistan that solves women issues at the grass-root level and refer women cases for free legal aid. Besides all this “The Awakening” is playing an important role for the promotion of girls education in District Swat. Keeping in mind the educational needs and issues being faced by girls in access to education we have established the first ever (Education Coordination Group) with the technical support of Lys i Mørket LIMDK – Denmark. The main purpose of the education coordination group is to make a more coordinated, integrated effort to improve the education system and make it more accessible to the girls of District Swat. Also to influence the policy this education coordination group will play a vital role. The members of this group are from CBOs, NGOs, INGOs that are working on education also the line departments are members of this group. They identify needs and priorities to improve the education system in Swat The organization is registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 (Reg # 2514/5/6418)

Near Royal Campus, KhonaChum, SaiduSharif, District Swat, Khyber PukhtonKhwa, Pakistan
00923319915195
e-mail:
website: www.awkpk.org (Under Construction)

Country: Pakistan

Mission of the society is to raise the standard of living of a common man, aiming to make them responsible citizens of the society who put their endless efforts in serving their nation. With the consumption of our energies, and with sheer determination, we will strive for the progress of the people; recognize their needs, plan, design, and implement pragmatic as well as effective programs to achieve the goal and objectives of humanizing marginalized communities. Research will be conducted in order to figure out the areas of need as well as improvement and pragmatic agendas will be designed and implemented eventually to cover up the short comings.

Shakeel Plaza,Inside TravelEx Air services, Peshawar, Pakistan-25000
00923459647054
e-mail: qaisernawab098@gmail.com
website: https://www.facebook.com/THESociety2k14

Country: Pakistan

Aceh Human Rights NGO Network

In 1998, fifteen NGOs concerned with human rights abuses in Aceh founded the Aceh Human Rights NGO Network (Koalisi NGO HAM Aceh). Their goal was to build a regional and international network for human rights advocacy in Aceh. The Network envisages a society in which the values of humanity, social justice, gender and democracy are respected. The Koalisi campaigns to raise awareness of the human rights situation in Aceh, locally as well as internally. It investigates and records human rights violations; provides assistance for victims through litigation and non-litigation approaches; and lobbies the local and central governments to address human rights violations and the rehabilitation of victims. On the grassroots level, the Koalisi has established Centers of Human Rights Legal Assistance (PusatBantuanHakAsasiManusia or PB HAM) in six different conflict areas within Aceh. These Centers consist of human rights lawyers and litigators, and facilitate human rights assistance on the village level. Since 2002, these Centers have become independent, led by MaimulFidar.



e-mail: koalisi@asia.com, hai_otodidak@yahoo.com
website: None

Country: Indonesia

Aceh Peace & Democracy Program

The range of issues includes democratisation, good governance, judicial reform, promotion of human rights, conflict resolution, security sector reform, fair and free media, social issues, labour issues, and gender issues. Since 2006, FES Indonesia is also involved in Aceh's peace and democratisation process. The Foundation's activities are conducted mostly in collaboration with relevant state agencies and local non-governmental organisations through various events such seminars, workshops, round-table discussions, trainings and publications. You can browse through our publications and digital library from our website as well.

Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Indonesia Office, Indonesia

e-mail: saiful@fes.or.id
website: None

Country: Indonesia

ACT (AksiCepatTanggap)

Fast Action Response (ACT) is an organization of nonprofit professionals who focus on humanitarian work in disaster management from emergency phase to post-disaster recovery phase.



e-mail: info@actforhumanity.or.id
website: None

Country: Indonesia

Act for Peace

The Action for Conflict Transformation (ACT) for Peace Programme is the fourth and final phase of the Government of the Philippines – United Nations Multi-Donor Programme (GoP-UNMDP) that started in 1997. The Programme is the United Nations’ and the Philippine Government’s commitment to peace and development in Southern Philippines. The Programme builds on the gains of the past three phases of the UNMDP, which were implemented in support to the peace agreement between the Philippine Government and the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF). With support from the Governments of Australia, New Zealand and Spain, the Programme is being implemented over a period of five years, starting in June 2005 up to May 2010. It covers 16 provinces and 14 cities of the former Special Zone for Peace and Development (SZOPAD) in Southern Philippines identified in the GRP-MNLF Final Peace Agreement, and the four provinces and three cities in the Caraga Region considered to be also vulnerable to armed conflict. The Mindanao Economic Development Council (MEDCo) serves as the overall implementing agency (OIA) of the Programme with the Regional Government of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) as the lead implementing agency for the ARMM areas. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) serves as the managing agent for the Programme. The ACT for Peace Programme is informed by the 2004-2010 Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan, the 10-point Agenda of the present administration and the United Nations Development Assistance Framework. Asian NGO Coalition Philippines



e-mail: act@actforpeace.ph
website: None

Country: Philippines

Action for Change and Transparency

Action for Change and Transparency is a not for profit, non-political & non-religious organization regristered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. We are striving to inspire individuals and communities for collective transformation to create positive social change. We are commited to ensure freedom, peace and security, respect for all human rights, right to development and the right to an adequate standard of living, right to food, the rule of law, good governance, gender equality, women’s empowerment and the overall commitment to just and democratic societies for development. We believe sustainable development can only be achieved with a broad alliance of people, government, civil society and the private sector all working together to secure the future we want for present and future generations.

Suite # 604, Panorama Center, Building no.1, Fatima Jinnah Road, Saddar, Karachi.
+92 213 5459370
e-mail: faiq.iqbal@actpk.org
website: www.actpk.org

Country: Pakistan

ACTION OF HUMAN MOVEMENT(AHM)

Education for Tribal, Rural Poor, Destitute Persons



e-mail: ahmsociety_kkm@rediffmail.com
website: None

Country: India

Action Works Nepal (AWON)

Action Works Nepal -AWON, has been working in women's right, empowerment and peace building since beginning through Miteri Gaun or Let's Live Together Campgain. The field level intervention are focused on Karnali includes women empowerment, education support, youth, traditional healers. Also the efforts reach up to the humanitarian activities,legal counselling, volunteer mobilization. At the national level contributing, cordinating and leading the campgains on women and peace, 100 days VAW campgain and sexual harassment response and prevention. In addtion, the trainings, research, media mobilization, policy advocacy are going on.

Baneshor, Kathmandu, Nepal
977-14463136
e-mail: actionworksnepal.awon10@gmail.com
website: None

Country: Nepal

Active Help Organization (AHO) NGO

Active Help Organization incorporated as a non-Profit voluntary Organization, working for community development through Human Rights, with special emphasis on marginalized people and women at grassroots level in Province Punjab Pakistan. The organization founded in 2003 by a group of dedicated social workers. It is voluntary organization registered under the Societies Act XXI of 1860. Active Help Organization is a NGO has been working on different issues such as Human Rights , Women Development, Youth Development, literacy and non-formal education, Primary Health Care, SRHR, Sexuality, Reproductive Health, Family Planning, Harm Reduction and Drugs Control, TB, Hepatitis, STIs, HIV & AIDS and climate change etc. since 2003.

Lahore Office: H # 1, St. # 13, Near Sanaver Center More Samanabad, Lahore. Pakistan
Tel: +92-42-36150422 Mobil; 0333-4061597
e-mail:
website: www.activehelporg.com

Country: Pakistan

ADAB

Capacity building of pro-peace organizations:Adabhas been playing active roles in strengthening inter-NGO relations, exchanging ideas and experiences, expanding fields of co-operation, developing organizational skills and enhancing functional relations and communication with government, donors and various groups of civil societies.

1/3, Block F, Lalmatia Dhaka 1207 Bangladesh

e-mail: adab@bdonline.com
website: None

Country: Bangladesh

Afghan Amputee Bicyclists for Rehabilitation And Recreation (AABRAR)

Afghan Amputee Bicyclists for Rehabilitation and Recreation (AABRAR) is a local Afghan non-government organization that is concerned with the rehabilitation and socio-economic integration of disabled people and other vulnerable groups into the community. In its inception in 1992, AABRAR began a bicycle-training program for amputees to improve mobility and increase their independence, enabling them to travel to and from work, and save on transportations costs. Since then, AABRAR has expanded its activities to offer a range of services to vulnerable people, designing special programs for women and children to address their needs. AABRAR’s programs include physiotherapy and health care, bicycle training, vocational trainings, numeracy and literacy classes, mine awareness and health education training, and various sporting activities. AABRAR also works in the area of social development, helping to raise awareness of the rights of disabled people within Afghanistan and dispel negative attitudes towards disability. AABRAR is concerned with the physical rehabilitation and socio-economic integration of disabled and other vulnerable people into the community, and has implemented a range of activities to help people achieve mobility, become economically empowered, increase self-confidence, and develop the skills needed to live an independent life. Initially AABRAR’s direct beneficiaries were predominately-disabled people. Later on by only focusing on certain groups such as ‘disabled people’, other vulnerable groups often fall through the cracks and remain unassisted by NGO’s. AABRAR has therefore widened its beneficiary classification to include people from other vulnerable groups such as widows, orphans, unemployed people, ex-combatants, and street working children, so as to reach those people most in need of assistance. Since its inception in 1992, AABRAR has helped over 6,000 people recover physically and emotionally from their injuries and increased their socio-economic participation. AABRAR has centers in Kabul , Jalalabad, sub offices in Kuner, Laghman, Nooristan,Parwan, Paktia, Logar, Balkh, Baghlan, Kunduz, Kapisa, Punjsher and is seeking to expand its programs to all major cities in Afghanistan. AABRAR is a registered member of the Islamic Government of Afghanistan, (ministry of economy) a registered member of Afghan NGO Coordination Body (ANCB), a Member of the Steering Committee of the Afghan Campaign to Ban Landmines (ACBL), and a Member of the Afghan Paralympics Committee (APC).

3rd Street, Taimany Project, Kabul, Afghanistan
+93 (0) 77 555 888 5
e-mail: qazeeassad@aabrar.org.af
website: http://www.aabrar.org.af

Country: Afghanistan

Afghan Businesswomen Association

Afghan Businesswomen Association (ABA) is the uniting platform for all those Afghan women who are active in different industries and different sectors of business in Afghanistan. It enables members to explore new opportunities for business, at home and abroad, learn from other businesswomen’s experiences and inspire other women who intend to initiate a business endeavor of their own. It also helps aspiring businesswomen develop new skills and expertise, through different programs offered from time to time, and expands their area of operation in terms of geographical coverage, financial success and economic viability.

Dehburi, Noorin TV Street, Kabul, Afghanistan
+93798466466
e-mail: mitra@afghanbusinesswomen.org
website: www.afghanbusinesswomen.org

Country: Afghanistan

Afghan Health Care Foundation

Afghan Healthcare Foundation is Founded on 1st February 2015, Which is providing a free Health Care facility to all Afghans who didn't afford the fee of Doctors and Medicines. We are providing the specialist doctors for two days Medical caps and free Medical Service for all Afghans in different areas.

Husan khail, Kabul, Afghanistan
0093786580978
e-mail: abdul_jamil2001@yahoo.com
website:

Country: Afghanistan

Afghan NGO Coordination Bureau (ANCB)

The Afghan NGO Coordination Bureau (ANCB) was founded in 1991 as a network of national NGOs in Afghanistan coordinating the activities among its members, with the Government, International organizations, UN and donor agencies. ANCB strives to enhance the capacity of its member organizations through workshops, seminars, as well as building partnerships with other organizations for the enhancement of technical capacity. ANCB has been working throughout Afghanistan through its 200 member in health, agriculture, human rights, women empowerment, education, environment, protection, capacity building and civic education sector.



e-mail: admin@ancb.org
website: None

Country: Afghanistan

Afghan Women Network

An Umbrella network of more than 117 women-led and women focused organisations in 34 provinces of Afghanistan, working for the empowerment of women with the priority areas of women peace and security, women political participation and leadership and women social and legal protection.

Karte Parwan Kabul
director@awn-af.net
e-mail: hasina.safi@gmail.com
website: www.awn.af.net

Country: Afghanistan

Afghan-Horizon, Sustainable Development & Research Organization

Peace and Prosperity for Now and Beyond

Balkh and Herat
0093 0784 017 248
e-mail: zafar_arts@yahoo.com
website: www.afh.org.af

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Environmental Society

Climate changes, air pollution, loss of greenery and a number of other environmental issues require paying close attention. These disasters affect everyone’s life equally and lack of public awareness and cooperation to tackle them, adds to the threats they pose upon everyday life. Preserving natural environment is not just the responsibility of governments but also the responsibility of all humans who live in a region. Therefore, the governments and civil societies must work alongside each other to address issues that pose threat to the environment. Having a clean environment is one of the core rights of citizens and in order to have it, we need fundamental programs in national, regional and international levels. In a nutshell, the purpose of establishing Afghanistan Environmental Society is to preserve the environment, raise awareness about the advantages of having a clean environment. Afghanistan Environmental Society is a civil and cultural NGO that is not affiliated with any other national and international political institutions. This NGO was founded in 12th of December 2012. It is headquarter is based in Kabul, Afghanistan. The main objectives of Afghanistan Environmental Society could be summarized in the following way: Promoting balanced and sustainable development; Preaching the etiquette of citizenship; Promoting healthy environmental culture and green economy in Afghanistan. Furthermore, Supporting human and natural environment rights, Coordinating with the youth and other relevant institutions, Raising awareness regarding the environment, Ensuring stability and universal national unity throughout cultural and social programs.

Taimani, Kabul, Afghanistan
+93747226259
e-mail: contact.jawed@gmail.com
website: www.aes.org.af

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Future Generation Development Organization (AFGDO)

A.F.G.D.O established by a group of highly experienced youths which are not only worked together since establishment of this NGO, but worked together several years before now. They are well known in Herat Civil society as of their previous works and their efforts. Establishment Date: 20/Mar/2013 License No: 2862 from economy ministry Objectives: AFGDO is trying to achieve the following objectives: 1- we are in an effort to provide developmental ,social, cultural, legal, and educational programs for young generation(both male and female). 2- Planning and implementing fundamental and developmental programs to eliminate discrimination and create unity among youths. 3- Youth Development in the field of peaceful and comfortable life. 4- Active participation in community development to improve economic and social situation of youths. 5- Creating positive mentally changes to reduce poverty and extremism. 6- Providing awareness programs for youths to prevent drug addiction and human trafficking as well as other abuses. 7- Providing capacity building programs and employment for youths. 8- Striving to boost the rule of law and access to justice for everyone. (Particularly females) 9- Providing education opportunity using new methods to access good governance and E-society. 10- Implementing effective programs of self-sufficiency for youths. Vision: With help of our future achievements, we hope to develop Afghan young generation. AFGDO motivated to improve the situation of youths, children and women for a better future in order to achieve democracy values. Activity area: AFGDO works in education, culture, health, agriculture, social and legal sectors. Previous Activities: Our group has done lots of social activities as holding seminars, trainings, gender equality activities, researches, group events and cultural activities such as publishing a well-known magazine in western region by the name of Rafahi-Naw-Jawanan (Welfare of Afghan Youths) Since our NGO has been established, we have done the following activities: • Designing and implementation of (Green Space Development) project by planting trees with cooperation of NEPA-Herat. • Holding a discussion of Herat province both female and male youths according to participation of young generation in elections. • Holding Peace-seeking conference by the name of (Education for peace) for male and female students of Herat University. • Making a short documentary movie with cooperation of (Afghanistan WS Young cultural Group) named (Our Hope). • Holding 8 workshops for students of Herat city schools about journalism, writing skills and media rule in youths development. • Holding Peace group events with cooperation of UNICEF between school students in Herat. We have a group of 15 official employees (consisting of 6 females and 9 males) and also we have a group of 600 passive members with assistance of Afg. West Zone Young Cultural Group. Future Plans: AFGDO wants to develop society with respect to democracy values. We hope to implement legal, educational and social programs in near future. CONTACTS: E-mail: rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com - afgdo.hrt@gmail.com Mobile No.: 0093-798034911 - 0093-773207400 FB Page: www.fb.com/afgdo

Herat-Badmorghan St. Upper floor of Asr SuperMarket
rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com - 0093798034911
e-mail: rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com
website:

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Future Generation Development Organization (AFGDO)

A.F.G.D.O established by a group of highly experienced youths which are not only worked together since establishment of this NGO, but worked together several years before now. They are well known in Herat Civil society as of their previous works and their efforts. Establishment Date: 20/Mar/2013 License No: 2862 from economy ministry Objectives: AFGDO is trying to achieve the following objectives: 1- we are in an effort to provide developmental ,social, cultural, legal, and educational programs for young generation(both male and female). 2- Planning and implementing fundamental and developmental programs to eliminate discrimination and create unity among youths. 3- Youth Development in the field of peaceful and comfortable life. 4- Active participation in community development to improve economic and social situation of youths. 5- Creating positive mentally changes to reduce poverty and extremism. 6- Providing awareness programs for youths to prevent drug addiction and human trafficking as well as other abuses. 7- Providing capacity building programs and employment for youths. 8- Striving to boost the rule of law and access to justice for everyone. (Particularly females) 9- Providing education opportunity using new methods to access good governance and E-society. 10- Implementing effective programs of self-sufficiency for youths. Vision: With help of our future achievements, we hope to develop Afghan young generation. AFGDO motivated to improve the situation of youths, children and women for a better future in order to achieve democracy values. Activity area: AFGDO works in education, culture, health, agriculture, social and legal sectors. Previous Activities: Our group has done lots of social activities as holding seminars, trainings, gender equality activities, researches, group events and cultural activities such as publishing a well-known magazine in western region by the name of Rafahi-Naw-Jawanan (Welfare of Afghan Youths) Since our NGO has been established, we have done the following activities: • Designing and implementation of (Green Space Development) project by planting trees with cooperation of NEPA-Herat. • Holding a discussion of Herat province both female and male youths according to participation of young generation in elections. • Holding Peace-seeking conference by the name of (Education for peace) for male and female students of Herat University. • Making a short documentary movie with cooperation of (Afghanistan WS Young cultural Group) named (Our Hope). • Holding 8 workshops for students of Herat city schools about journalism, writing skills and media rule in youths development. • Holding Peace group events with cooperation of UNICEF between school students in Herat. We have a group of 15 official employees (consisting of 6 females and 9 males) and also we have a group of 600 passive members with assistance of Afg. West Zone Young Cultural Group. Future Plans: AFGDO wants to develop society with respect to democracy values. We hope to implement legal, educational and social programs in near future. CONTACTS: E-mail: rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com - afgdo.hrt@gmail.com Mobile No.: 0093-798034911 - 0093-773207400 FB Page: www.fb.com/afgdo

Herat-Badmorghan St. Upper floor of Asr SuperMarket
rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com - 0093798034911
e-mail: rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com
website:

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Future Generation Development Organization(AFGDO)

A.F.G.D.O established by a group of highly experienced youths which are not only worked together since establishment of this NGO, but worked together several years before now. They are well known in Herat Civil society as of their previous works and their efforts.

Badmorghan St.-Herat city-Afghanistan
0093798034911 - rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com
e-mail: rafamagazine.wais@gmail.com
website: www.fb.com/afgdo

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission

Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission was established pursuant to Bonn Agreement (5 December 2001) and on the basis of decree of the Chairman of the Interim Administration, June 6, 2002, and resolution 134/48 of United Nations general assembly in 1993 and Paris principles and on the basis of article 58 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and now the Commission is performing its activities in the areas of promotion, protection and monitoring of human rights.



e-mail: info@n-peace.net
website: None

Country: Afghanistan

َAfghanistan Peace Initiatives

Afghanistan Peace Initiative's Mission The API exists to improve the peace building efforts, strengthen good governance, civil society, democratization, civic engagement, women and youth empowerment, regional and international partnership, cooperation and collaboration through providing researched-based, effective, efficient, sustainable, affordable and realistic policy options for the Afghan and international policy makers.

Kartah Sah street 12 Kabul Afghanistan
0093 7800 17 424
e-mail:
website: www.api-af.org

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Peace Initiatives

The API exists to improve the peace building efforts, strengthen good governance, civil society, democratization, civic engagement, women and youth empowerment, regional and international partnership, cooperation and collaboration through providing researched-based, effective, efficient, sustainable, affordable and realistic policy options for the Afghan and international policy makers.

Karte Sah, Kabul Afghanistan
fatehi@api-af.org
e-mail: fatehi@api-af.org
website: www.api-af.org

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Peace Studies Center

culture of peace and peace education try to create an atmosphere of trust and unity in Afghanistan further development of friendship, peace and international security against inequality and injustice in Afghanistan helping to promote understanding, tolerance and solidarity trying to spread respect for all human rights

chaharrahi shahid Dehbouri sq- District 6-kabul,Afghanistan
0093777572251
e-mail: afunhcr@yahoo.com
website: www.peacestudies.af

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan PEACE, Development & Social Organization

APDSO is a young and dynamic non-political and non- for profit Afghan organization that was Founded in 2011. APDSO is formally registered Under relevant statutory laws in Afghanistan. and Was founded on the belief that lasting change will come only when a large amount of people are well informed and empowered to make changes. the first step to address the need for a platform for independent voices in neglected but strategic areas of the eastern and southern regions . APDSO is now an established NGO that implements projects and trains Afghans, living in provinces, in the following areas: peace, civic education, gender awareness, human rights, and environmental protection. These projects are recognized and at times, even funded by the Afghan Government and, also supported by various donor agencies and interested groups, including the US Government. APDSO dedicates its efforts to improve the peace standards of those living in the provinces by implementing various projects and ensuring maximum community participation.The leadership of APDSO – led by educated Afghans. Our mission is to fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results and to help people. APDSO has always believed that true democratic change must take place from the bottom up. That change can only endure with citizens who are both informed and clear about what they believe. Throughout its history, APDSO has always looked at peace as just not the absence of war or militarism, but as the presence of equitable relationships among people, nations, and the environment. This understanding of peace has allowed APDSO to bring a social, environmental, and economic justice perspective to its work. We are fighting against poverty, illiteracy, lack of health facility, violation of human rights, women’s rights, children's rights and environmental degradation have put negative impact in its socio-economic phenomena which has resulted disturbance in peace and harmony in many ways (third world country). Under the banner of "World Peace and Economic Development Organization", a unique and dynamic endeavor for peace and love for mankind and establishment of human rights and social justice have been initiated for the promotion and emancipation of peace for mankind and welfare for the poor people of Afghanistan.For contributing social development activities to the poor people and suffering humanity, the organization has got recognition and appreciation from peace loving people.

Kabul Near To MOI Street District 4 Share- naw Farooq Business Center
info.apdso.org@aol.com / @gmail.com
e-mail: info.apdso.org@gmail.com
website: www.apdso.org.af

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Rights Monitor

Afghanistan Rights Monitor (ARM) is an independent and impartial Afghan rights watchdog which monitors, investigates and reports human rights violations and other rights-related issues and events from across Afghanistan. ARM was established in August 2008, its first report was on the Plight of Afghan Civilians in 2008, and since has released a number of other reports and statements on children’s rights, elections, transitional justice and criminal impunity (to read all ARM’s reports, please visit: www.arm.org.af). ARM has a small office in Kabul and has stringers and volunteers in 21 provinces. Stringers and volunteers identify, investigate and report various human rights issues from different parts of the country while ARM’s Kabul team verify, cross-check, analyze and consolidate information for reporting purposes. ARM has not received funding from donors and has maintained its activities through contributions from its core members which include members of parliament, journalists and other human rights and democracy promoters. ARM maintains strict political impartiality and does not endorse, back or harmonize with any group or actor in the Afghan political environment. We do not side with any of the warring parties in Afghanistan but maintain apolitical and dispassionate contacts with all in order to enhance compliance with international humanitarian law and promote respect for human rights and civilian protection. Through objective, high-quality and reliable reporting ARM strives to enhance domestic awareness about fundamental human rights principles, justice and democracy. We aim to inform and sensitize government officials, donors and other policy-makers on key human rights issues and advocate for promotion and inclusion of human rights in governance, services’ delivery and development projects. ARM’s utmost aim is to raise the voices of victims of armed conflict, crimes, social injustices and other kinds of rights violations. We advocate for preemptive policies and actions which prevent human rights violations.



e-mail: samadi.ajmal@gmail.com, info@arm.org.af
website: None

Country: Afghanistan

Afghanistan Youth Peace Social Association

The youth based organization, working to educate, communicate and engage the youth to be caused for peace development in Afghanistan.

Khushal Khan, Kabul
Salah KABEER
e-mail: salah_uaf@yahoo.com
website: www.salahkabeer.com

Country: Afghanistan

Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR)

The Agency Co-ordinating Body for Afghan Relief (ACBAR) was created in August 1988, in response to the demand from the many aid agencies and their international donors for a coordinated approach to humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan and for Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Originally,the organization was based in Peshawar, Pakistan, where it focused mainly on coordinating NGOs' humanitarian response. Since it moved to Afghanistan, ACBAR provides the framework within which Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), the Afghan Government, the UN and bilateral donors can exchange information, share expertise and establish guidelines for a more coordinated, efficient and effective use of resources for aid to the Afghan people. Its activities have focused heavily on information to its members and the aid community in general, coordination of activities at the national and regional levels, and advocacy on issues affecting the work of its members in Afghanistan.



e-mail: webinfo@acbar.org
website: None

Country: Afghanistan

Aitemad Research & Development Organization

Aitemad Research & development Organization (ARDO) was founded in 2011 as non-government organization with the initial aim to serve humanity, registered under the societies Act 1961... ARDO has a group of dedicated and committed workers to bring literacy in rural areas, improve poverty and health conditions of most neglected rural areas of Sindh, to improve the lives and well being of people. ARDO envisages supporting a wide range of social services including Health, Education, Social Mobilization, Trainings, Capacity Building, Community Physical Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Livestock Development, and Emergency Response & Rehabilitation. ARDO focuses its efforts within the areas where have limited resources will produce the maximum benefits. Currently, ARDO efforts are focused upon the, Khairpur Districts. Aitemad Research & Development Organization believes in dedication, hard work, wise resource allocation and personal commitment to its objectives and will create an environment for success.

P.O Kotdiji Mohallah Shahi Imam Bargaha Kotdiji Distt Khairpur Mir's Sindh Pakistan
Bilawal Khan
e-mail: bilawal.khan@hotmail.com
website:

Country: Pakistan

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