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...

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 USAID through ADWRO in the North region implemented AMMC project.
The project began by August 2011 and ended successfully by July 2015 with a total funding of USD 430,580.
The scope of the project was to enable the community gaining their access to the new technology through a fully equipped center.
ADWRO through the project objectives, during the project life conducted several computer and Internet introductory and advanced programs to a large number of school and university students. The center beneficiaries were also provided with photo journalism, audacity program, digital storytelling and photography training courses which said program enabled student by building their capacity and carriers.
University journalism department’s students using the facilities (voice recorders and photography digital cameras) practice to conduct outreach activities and do voice interviews with community and hunt interesting pictures from the city views and the community.

 

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