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Air pollution is more deadlier than the current war in Afghanistan

 There are no official statistics on the number of casualties due to air pollution in Afghanistan, but according to the World Air Pollution Authority’s report, there are more than 26,000 deaths in Afghanistan in 2017 and according to UN statistics at the same year, 3483 civilians were killed as a result of the war in Afghanistan. Kabul, a city of about six million people, is considered one of the most polluted capitals in the world. Years of war and instability have ravaged the city’s infrastructure and left thousands struggling with poverty and displacement. In addition to running old cars in the city and consuming low-quality fuels, many families are working to combat the cold and cook food using coal, garbage and plastics.

Distribution of 600 Stationery to Girls Students

 Under the social protection program for supporting the education for street and vulnerable children, BRD distributed school kits among 600 girl’s student of the primary school in order to encourage them to continue their schools and support the families who are affording to buy school material to their children. Working for better future of vulnerable and street children in Afghanistan!! We are thankful to our partner B1G1.

Supporting Vulnerable Women Kitchen Gardening

 Under its social protection program, BRD concluded kitchen gardening and animal husbandry training for 30 vulnerable and poor women in the rural district, they have also received necessary vegetable seed and necessary tools to for to start and grow the kitchen garden, to provide the women with the income to improve their livelihood. Action that change lives!! BRD is Thank full to our partner  B1G1 for raising donation for this importan program.

Protect and Safeguarding Culture Heritage at Risk in Afghanistan

 The Bureau for Right Based Development (BRD) thrilled for taking a key step toward formalizing its engagement in the area of culture heritage, through signing of long-term cooperation agreement with department of culture heritage under the Ministry of Culture & Information and Youth (MoCIY) of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. BRD will support will in provision of emergency response to culture heritage in crises, building local capacities through sensitization, raising awareness and training of the local culture heritage first aider to develop capacities for timely response to culture heritage in risk. Building networks among the communities, civil societies for increasing their collective strength for advocating for protection, safeguarding and promotion of culture heritage at the local and work to gather with local institutions to lobby more resources to be allocated by the state for protection and safeguarding culture heritage

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