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Developing gender anti-discrimination programs to promote community led gender equality and equity that results gender mainstreamed policies at national level.
Developing gender anti-discrimination programs to promote community led gender equality and equity that results to mainstream gender into national development policy framework.
Developing programs to promote gender equality and equity from community to government policy level that leads to elimination of gender discrimination and violence across the country.

Strategic Priority:

1.1: Allevate Gender Discrimination and Violence

1.2: Improve Gender Practices at Community Level

1.3: Support Gender Integration in National Policy Framework

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, People with Disabilities, Civil Society Activists, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, Government Departments and Authorities.

 

Increasing access to justice and equal application of law by strengtheningCivil Society, Formal and Informal Justices System to improve justice support system by addressing barriers and lack of knowledge.
Increasing assess to Justice and equal application of law thorough strengthening civil society and link informal system with formal justice system for addressing justice barriers and knowledge gap.
Improving the implementation of rule of law for increased access to justice
Increasing access to formal and informal justice for equal application of law

Strategic Priority:

2.1: Promote Legal Protection & Awareness Improve
2.2: Provision of Legal Aid & Equal Application of Law
2.3: Strengthen Legal coordination among Formal, Informal Justice &Civil Society

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, Civil Society Activists, Women & Youth Associations, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, Judges, Lawyers, Prosecutors, Police Department, Government Departments and Authorities.


Improving the living standard of ordinary citizen by facilitating and supporting in access to basic needs of health, education and livelihood
Improving the living standard of Afghan citizen through equitable health, education and livelihood programs
Improving opportunities for addressing the basic needs of Afghan citizens

Strategic Priority:

3.1: Livelihood & Employment Support
3.2: Increase Literacy & Promote Quality Education
3.3: Promote & Support Health & Environmental Hygiene Initiatives

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, People with Disabilities, Civil Society Activists, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, Doctors, Nurses, Educationist, Teachers, Lecturers, Vulnerable Groups, Unemployed and Under-employed youth, skilled and unskilled labor, Government Departments and Authorities.

Transformation of conflict jointly with civil society through improving community peace infrastructure and practices
Promote community peace building practices for transforming conflict.

Strategic Priority:

4.1:Peace Education & Awareness
4.2: Conflict Transformation Initiatives
4.3: Reintegrate Civil Society into Peace Building Process

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, Civil Society Activists, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, High Peace Council, Government Departments and Authorities.

Increasing Citizen’s involvement and participation in electoral and democratic process to facilitate the eradication of corruption and corrupt practices for the stabilization and good governance
Monitor the effectiveness, accountability and inclusiveness in public service delivery
Monitor the effectiveness, accountability and transparency of governance in public service delivery

Strategic Priority:

5.1: Civic Education and Advocacy
5.2: Public Participation at all level in democratic Process
5.3: Sensitization on Controlling Corruption & Service Delivery  

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, Civil Society Activists, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, Government Departments and Authorities.

Empowering CSOs and program stakeholders through improving institutional capacities in advocacy, networking and volunteerism
Strengthening organizational development process of ECW and affiliated CSOs to collectively collaborate and seek-out solutions to women developmental issues
Empowering CSOs to understand, negotiate and advocate for finding solutions to social issues

Strategic Priority:

6.1: Capacity Building of CSOs & Stakeholders
6.2: Network Civil Society Actors on Women’s Social Issues
6.3: Promote Volunteerism in Communities

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, Civil Society Activists, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, Government Departments and Authorities.

Protecting all children from abuse, neglect, violence and exploitation, and improving their access towards education

Strategic Priority:
7.1: Community based Education for Children
7.2: Community based Child Protection and Advocacy
7.3: Capacity Building Intervention and application of Child Rights Standards within the development and humanitarian perspectives

Target Groups:
Women, Men, Youths, Teachers, Children, Civil Society Activists, Religious, Traditional & Prominent leaders, Journalists, Political figures, CSOs, DDAs, CDCs, Government Departments and Authorities.

 

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