Archive Month : May 2012
English and computer course started in Sammar Orphanage on April first/2012; this course is running for one year for the total 20 children consisting boys and girls orphans
Two professional teachers have been recruited who have three years of English and Computer teaching experience. By conducting this course, Sammar Orphanage children will improve their English and [...]
Access to Justice Project is designed to raise public awareness on women rights through establishment of Community Dialogue Groups comprised of teachers, CDCs members, religious figures, elderlies and school students.
The project was started early April, 2012; and a four day workshop was conducted for 14 clergies. A master trainer who was an expert on Islamic [...]
“The SO vision is to strive to see an aware, prosperous and healthy society in Afghanistan through providing high quality services in line with the principles of democracy, rule of law, social justice, peace and non-discrimination.”
“Provision of good quality services in the health, education, human rights, women rights and empowerment and democracy sectors. To this [...]
The Shuhada Organization (SO) is a non-governmental, non-profit, non-political and independent civil society organization dedicated to the welfare and progress of Afghan citizens with a primary focus on the empowerment of women and children. Our vision is “to see an aware, prosperous, and healthy society in Afghanistan where quality social services are provided based on [...]
The cultural inflexibility and approaches based on indecent traditions and harmful practices are an acrimonious result of a lack of awareness about human and women’s rights in Afghanistan. These practices are grounded in tradition and can be attributed to religion. They lead to pain, suffering, humiliation and the marginalization of millions of Afghan women and [...]
International calls emphasizing the importance of capacity building for sustainable development has been numerous and a great deal of attention has been drawn to the specific capacity building needs in developing countries and countries with economies in transition. Capacity building has been embedded in the objectives and programs of many international organizations.
To support effectiveness and [...]
To promote government accountability and transparency by monitoring the government budget, revenue, plans expenditures and service delivery at the national and sub-national level; and exposing corrupt practices by implementing ministerial and parliamentary watchdog activities.
To reach the above target, SO has conducted the below projects in 2015 which benefited 381,475 individuals (191,827 male and 189,648 female). [...]
Three decades of war resulted in a high number of people dying or missing. Many children lost their parents or were separated from them. Other families lost their breadwinners and as a result became dependent on other extended family members. Since the economic condition of an average family in the region is very weak, these [...]
Lingering conflict has left Afghanistan with destroyed educational systems and infrastructure. The education system suffered tremendously as a result of the Taliban insurgency, and several conditions still make the process of education difficult for many Afghans. The Afghans have been living in a protracted state of conflict and instability for more three decades. In addition [...]
Bamyan, Afghanistan, Wednesday dated 04/04/2012 in Noorband Qala Hotel, the centre of Bamyan province 68 participants from Ghazni, Urozgan, Daikundi and Bamyan provinces which consist of 49 male and 19 female from different segments of community includes governmental officials, civil society activists, community development council (CDC) members and religious scholars converged in a one day [...]