Welcome to AWARD
Who Are We
Afghan Women Association for Rehabilitation & Development (AWARD) has proven its capabilities and experience of an effective implementation of rehabilitation and development programs across the country and is proud of its 26 years of effective and responsive service provision to its war-torn country.
AWARD was established to improve Women, Children, IDPs and Returnees and Marginalized societies living conditions, health, education and socio-economic status and their participation in political decisions making and peace process. Our values are based on social justice, accountability, transparency and respect to all segments of society without prejudicing.
Afghan Women Association for Rehabilitation and Development (AWARD) vision is to see Afghan society where women and men enjoy equal access to justice with no any sort of discrimination at the sector of education, health facilities and democratic values are fully respected at all sectors of life.
Afghan Women Association for Rehabilitation and Development (AWARD) is an Afghan Non- Governmental, Non-Political and not for Profit Organization dedicated to the social, civic and economic integration of Afghan Women, Youths, Person with disabilities, vulnerable and marginalized population in Afghanistan.
The Organization established in 1995 with the primary aim to provide basic humanitarian assistance to Internally Displaced People (IDPs), those who were imposed to leave their homes in result of internal war. As of its establishment at 1995 up to 2005 its essential focus paid to provide a basic support of food, drinking water and emergency medical support to IDPs, poor women led families collected from rich benevolent and humanitarian individuals and organizations. At the same time to enable the displaced and other vulnerable families for sustained self-support, AWARD established training centers of Carpet weaving, Tailoring, Jam and pickle making to respond their daily basic needs.
After its formal registration on October 13, 2005 with the Ministry of Economy under license No. 97, AWARD observed desperate hopes, increased verities of problems at one hand and feeling responsibility of intervention for positive change at the life of women in community due to the social, traditional and cultural norms. AWARD extended its scope of work and included other rehabilitative and developmental activities in its scope such as awareness raising at the aspects of gender, disability and legal rights, advocacy, peace culture inspiration, conflict resolution training, literacy and numeracy, civic education, hygiene and health education, reintegration of returnees and IDPs into their communities, helter for the aim of better helping the depressed Afghan community from their legal, social, and economic prospects.
Afghan Women Association for Rehabilitation & Development (AWARD) has proven its capabilities and experience of an effective implementation of rehabilitation and development programs across the country and is proud of its 26 years of effective and responsive service provision to its war-torn country. AWARD Involved in sustainable development initiatives and implementation of tens of productive projects across Afghanistan. This local grass-root not for profit organization has equipped with very committed, hardworking, innovative team of professional where youth and women are playing key role in decision making process. This professional group of young women and men with their expertise acquired from working with national and international communities have come together to work for the betterment of vulnerable life translating a sense of humanity, responsibility, accountability and transparency in their daily work in the field of human rights, rule of law, gender equality and civic education, peace building, democratization, elimination of violence against women and child labor and using their potential for building a bright future , came to their important priorities.
Why Choose Us?
Employment support for women and vulnerable people through the provision of vocational trainings, literacy and numeracy courses and other capacity development initiatives.
Rehabilitation, empowerment and economic development of women across Afghanistan through training sessions , workshops and seminars
Increasing public awareness through civic education and public awareness sessions as well as increase the social participation of women and minorities
To help negate conflicts in the local communities through the provision of peace building, conflict resolution and gender training to local consuls (Shuras), Youth, women, CDC and government staff and other community
To promote human rights, women rights and rights of persons with disabilities through greater awareness raising about National and international laws, policies and
To contribute in reconstruction and rehabilitation process of Afghanistan through helping the government in the execution of policies and spreading the messages of
Our work result: