Recent Activities of ADWRO

The Executive Director of ADWRO

25 January 2017
The Executive Director of ADWRO

The Executive Director of ADWRO on behalf of women and representing the entire women of North, participated in an event and made a productive speech entitled “Annual Partnering for Public...

The civil society activists, women rights defenders,

25 January 2017
The civil society activists, women rights defenders,

The civil society activists, women rights defenders, governmental organs, youth and other prominent figures of the Northern provinces announced their commitment to combat violence against women through a gathering in...

Annar Multimedia Center Project

25 January 2017
Annar Multimedia Center Project

AMMC (Annar Multimedia Center) was a project funded by USAID through the AMDEP, Afghanistan Media Development and Empowerment Program. Internews the first project implementing agency and the key partner of...

Counterpart International conference

25 January 2017
Counterpart International conference

Counterpart International conducted a productive conference entitled “Framework for Cooperation Program”. In the event, the Executive Director of women made speech as well as provided her productive recommendations and suggestions...

Whilst Civil Society refers to “the sphere of institutions, organizations, and individual located between the family, the state, and the market in which people associate voluntarily to advance common interests”; whilst the civil society is a significant pillar of a democratic society; and whilst Afghanistan Civil Society need the strong support being vital part between State and Communities. Hence, there is need to build Afghan Civil Society capacities through mechanisms in which their capabilities and sustainability is ensured.

With those aforesaid in mind, ADWRO’s Civil Society Strengthening program offers capacity building interventions, not only training but providing assistance in areas of expertise to ensure Civil Society Organizations’ (CSOs) capacities built; and common interests are well considered, justified and strategized in government’s policies.

The target beneficiaries under CSS program are Civil Society Organizations including Unions, Community Based Shuras, NGOs, Associations, Community Development Councils (CDCs), and Individual Civil Society Activists.

ADWRO in line with its strategic aim offers following services in its geographic areas to CSOs under capacity building services

 ADWRO conducts Managerial, Fundraising, Financial, Community Needs Appraisal, Advocacy, Strategic Planning, and Leadership connected trainings.

Apart from the capacity building services, ADWRO provides Technical Assistance (TA) in areas of expertise to the CSOs and Individuals. These include in terms of:

  • Organization Development
  • Fundraising
  • Project Design and Management
  • NGO Law (Reporting) and NGO registration process
  • Community Appraisal and Planning
  • Research
  • And, Financial Management.

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