Donors and Partners

Ministry of Environment of Estonia, Tallinn, Estonia
The Estonian Ministry of the Environment supported BRD for building capacity of the civil society for Civic Actions in 10 Provinces of Afghanistan in collaboration with the “Let’s Do It” cleanup campaigns.
Let’s Do It World, Tallinn, Estonia
BRD is partner and member of the Lets Do It World International collaborative network in connection with the cleanup campaigns and capacity building of CSOs for Civic Actions.
Buy1 Give1, Singapore
B1G1 is an intermediate fundraising organization, linking non-profit worthy causes with businesses in order to raise funds for non-profit activities. B1G1 Is currently promoting 6 projects under BRD’s Social Protection Program.
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES), Kabul, Afghanistan
FES was the first BRD Partner for the Civic Education Program, for women’s role and politics in Afghanistan.
EIP-CIFEDHOP, Geneva, Switzerland
EIP-CIFEDHOPE is partner for Human Rights and Universal Periodic Review (UPR) on Afghanistan. EIP also provided training materials and training for BRD Staff.
United Nation Volunteers. Bonn, Germany
BRD is a member of UNV, through which it recruits online and on-site volunteers and experts to assist in the planning and implementation of its programs.
BRD has been approved by SCI for Partnership for their upcoming programs on Child Protection Governance in Afghanistan.
U.S. Embassy Public Affairs Section, Kabul, Afghanistan
PAS was a funding partner for BRD Media Program on Family Violence.
Atos Consulting (AC)
AC is an International Consulting and IT Agency based in United Kingdom. AC and BRD are partners for consultancy programs funded by the World Bank, UNDP and DFID.
CANADA Fund / Canadian Embassy
Canada Fund was BRD’s funding partner for the vocational training program in Kabul and Kandahar provinces.
The Asia Foundation
Under the project “Support to Center of Government”, BRD was provider for training and capacity building efforts with Office of the President, Office of Administrative Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs.
Afghan Women Empowerment Program (AWE), US Embassy, Kabul, Afghanistan
An AWE grant supported BRD Program Capacity Building of the Women Lead Civil Society on Women Rights Monitoring and Advocacy.
Royal Embassy of Netherlands, Kabul, Afghanistan
The embassy of Netherlands was a BRD funding partner for child social and financial education program.
Center for Civil and Political Rights, Geneva, Switzerland
The CCPR is BRD’s collaborator on Afghanistan UPR and Civil and Political Rights /NGOs List of Issues and Reporting
Homboldt-Vedraina School of Governance (HVSG) and German Foreign Ministry, Berlin, Germany
Under funding support from the German Federal Foreign Ministry, BRD partnered with HVSG, a Berlin Based Organization for the implementation of Enhancing Electoral Capacity of Election Commission and Civil Society and Conflict Management for Civil Society and Administration.
Prince Clause Fund (PCF), Netherlands
PCF supported BRD’s program for the assessment of the damaged cultural heritage, which need urgent protection.
National Endowment for Democracy, Washington D.C., USA
NED funded BRD Programs on Accountability of Local Governance and Capacity Building of Local Civil Society for Protection of Human Rights at the Local Level in Afghanistan.