Welcome To AABRAR
Afghan Amputee Bicyclists for Rehabilitation and Recreation (AABRAR) is a local Afghan non-government organization that is concerned with the rehabilitation and socio-economic integration of disabled people and other vulnerable groups into the community.
In its inception in 1992, AABRAR began a bicycle-training program for amputees to improve mobility and increase their independence, enabling them to travel to and from work, and save on transportations costs. Since then, AABRAR has expanded its activities
Mission and Vision
AABRAR's vision is to see Afghanistan free of violence, prejudice and discrimination where everyone as the right to basic needs, education, social justice and equality.
AABRAR's mission is to be a non-profit organization that facilitates the on-going development initiatives across the country while offering its services to develop capacity
AABRAR has a history of more than 2 decades managing effective development program for vulnerable and people with disabilities in Afghanistan. AABRAR has two main operational centers in Kabul and Jalalabad each one employs approximately 40 staff and sub-offices in 17 provinces namely, Laghman, Kunar, Nooristan, Kapisa, Parwan, Panjsher, Baghlan, Kunduz, Takhar, Balkh, Samangan, Ghazni, Paktika, Paktiya, Khost, Logar and Kandahar to run a range of project activities for men and women.
AABRAR's Core Values:
- Equal rights, equal opportunities and non-discrimination
- Human dignity
- Consultation and participation
- Dedication and commitment
- Transparency and accountability
- Mutual respect and understandin
- Honesty and Integrity
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