Where we work

BAAG's Member organisations work across a large number of Afghanistan's provinces.  Click on the provinces of the map below to see which organisations are present there and details of their programmes. 

 

Some of our members - Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International UK, Child Soldiers International and Global Witness - operate on a nation-wide basis rather than in specific provinces. 

 

Afghanistan provincial map Nimroz Helmand Kandahar Zabul Paktika Khost Paktya Nangarhar Kunar Nuristan Badakhshan Takhar Kunduz Balkh Jawzjan Faryab Badghis Herat Farah Ghor Daykundi Uruzgan Sari Pul Ghazni Wardak Logar Kabul Laghman Parwan Kapisa Panjsher Baghlan Samangan Bamyan

kandahar

  • Strengthening Afghan Governance and Alternative Livelihoods

    Building capacity of agricultural associations and improveing service delivery to their members, strengthening key value chains.

    This programme is in partnership with the Aga Khan Foundation. 

  • Economic Opportunities for Afghan Uprooted People

    Vocational training and market linkages for Afghan refugees in Balochistan, Pakistan, including support for voluntary return to Kandahar.  

    Training of community midwives among the Afghan refugee population and support for those returning to Kandahar.

    Part of a cross-border EC programme. 

     

  • INVEST in Kandahar

    Vocational training in skills, matching gaps in the local labour market. 

  • Tearfund

    Community development | Women

    Kandahar Community Development Programme

    The overall goal of KCDP is to contribute to poverty reduction and inclusion among populations in the southern region of Afghanistan. Through inclusion, communities are made stronger, and are able to better identify and address common needs through collective action.

    Currently, the most urgent need toward this end is for communities in at least ten districts to be empowered and equipped for the participation of women and People with Disabilities (PwDs). The project aims to mobilise leaders alongside more vulnerable individuals, building community capacity through education as well as income generating activities, so that the most marginalised can better obtain the skills and resources needed to meet basic needs.

    The core components to KCDP project include community groups for men and women; special education work among deaf and blind children and their families; and accountability and facilitation of people with disabilities to participate in sustainable community led learning and action.

    1,540 beneficiaries in 2015

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  • KHADIJA KUBRA Women’s Association for Culture

    Training in calligraphy and art for 30 women.

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