• Shahr-e-Naw, Near Sherpoor Great Mosque, Kabul, Afghanistan
  • +93 (0) 752017733
  • hrrac@afghanadvocacy.org.af
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EDUCATION:

RAC strategy aims to work in social sectors— Education, and capacity building. RAC works within the following objectives; 1.       To create awareness among the communities for collective action 2.       To motivate, mobilize and work with the communities to participate in the socio-economic development including Education, Health/family planning, Agriculture, Environment, Vocational Training, Income Generating Activities and Humanitarian Assistance. 3.       RAC is a TVET Providing NGO 4.       To raise literacy rates of the community members especially women and provide quality education through NGO schools. 5.       To provide equal opportunities for male and female members of the communities in skills development and disable care and rehabilitation. Major Accomplishments and Past Experience in Similar Activities: i.                    RAC is currently a partner in implementing the women participation in peace and reconciliation process in Kandahar. Under this project, RAC is training community leaders (men and women), University and Higher Education Institutes students and CSOs representatives and women activities in UNRes 1325, CEDAW, EVAW Law, and women rights. ii.                  RAC has implemented a research and advocacy Project, “Missing Link: Youth Education and Employment”. The project is being implemented in Kabul, Kandahar, Heart, Balkh and Nangarhar. Its goal was to identify the gap between the higher and vocational education systems of Afghanistan with the employment rate in the country. The project is advocating for reforms in education system in order to match it to the labor demand of Afghanistan and regional markets.  iii.                RAC is in the second year of its program on “Improving the lives of Afghans and street and underprivileged children”. Under this program RAC provides literacy, basic education and health services to Afghans and street and underprivileged children.

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The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan Board bears overall responsibility for all operations in Sweden and in Afghanistan. The Board is appointed at the SCA annual general meeting.The SCA Secretary-General, Anna-Karin Johansson, leads operations and reports to the Board.In Sweden there is an office of around twenty employees, working with fundraising, communications, aid coordination and administration.The majority of operations are carried out in Afghanistan, where the organization has more than 5 000 employees. Afghan headquarters are in Kabul. Operations are then divided among five regional offices who lead local activities. read more »

Oxfam International is a confederationof 14 organizations that is committedto invest its moral, personnel and financialresources to the shared promotionof a worldwide initiative for economicand social justice. read more »

ACTED is an apolitical, and non-confessional international relief agency created in Afghanistan. The first projects were initiated in Kabul in 1993 to bring relief to populations affected by more than 15 years of conflict. read more »

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