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AABRAR’s experience in project management:

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. The overall staff of AABRAR varies from 250 to 350 depending upon the availability of projects as we are donor dependent organization as we are a non-profit organization. AABRAR works with 400,000 direct beneficiaries on average per year.

Given AABRAR’s long-term presence in these areas, it has established excellent relationships with local communities, and has well trained, dedicated field staff and professionals experience in working with vulnerable people. It is adept at carrying out needs assessments, developing strategies that respond to needs, facilitating empowerment, and coordinating with UN agencies, Government, Disabled and other civil society groups in the development of its projects. AABRAR has a professional administrative structure with official reporting mechanisms and institutionalized monitoring and evaluations systems to measure the implementation and results of its programmes. It is fully transparent and has undergone routine audits and external evaluations by donor agencies.

AABRAR has implemented projects in partnership, and has enjoyed excellent working relationships with the following reputable donor agencies: European Union, NSDP/MOLSA/MD. Clear Path international (CPI) ACSF/Counterpart international NPAD/UNDP, UNHCHR/UNDP,WFP, UNICEF, UNOPS, UNHCR, UNDP, UNODC, UNMACA, UNDCP, INTERSOS, USAID/NPAD, STEP/CPI Asia Foundation, DAI/LGCD,CDAP, DAI/ASI Caritas Germany, Trocaire Ireland, Canadian Embassy, DED Germany, GTZ, Swedish Committee, Medico International, ACBL.MDC, ARF, IRC, DAI/RAMP-UP, INTERNEWS and AUSTCARE International.

Since its inception in 1992, AABRAR has helped over 60,000 people recover physically and emotionally from their injuries and increased their socio-economic participation. AABRAR has centers in Kabul and Jalalabad, sub offices in Kuner, Laghman, Nooristan,Parwan, Paktia, Logar, Balkh, Baghlan, Kunduz, Kapisa, Punjsher and is seeking to expand its programs to all major cities in Afghanistan.

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