Under program community-based approach for protection and safeguarding culture heritage, in the areas of its operation BRD started a new initiative “Lets Protect our Culture Heritage” which consisting of series of workshop to community-based organizations, in which we sensitize and
Our first newsletter of 2018 looks back on 2017’s accomplishments and looks forward on BRD’s 2018-2021 strategic plan. The newsletter also highlights mobilization for the September 15th, 2018 “Let’s Do It” International Cleanup Day campaign. Read more here.
The December issue of the BRD newsletter is out and covers BRD international engagement with the Council of States Parties, the United Nation’s Convention against Corruption policy-making body. You can also learn about one of our volunteers and BRD’s involvement
The November issues of the BRD Newsletter is out. In this issue, we explore Youth Empowerment Programme Updates, the UN International Day of the Girl, and BRD International Engagement. Read these articles and more in the November 2017 issue of
With the aim of providing vulnerable women with the skills and opportunities for earning income to support their families, BRD, under its Social Protection Program, supports newly returned, internally displaced, and vulnerable women by teaching kitchen gardening and animal husbandry.
The youth in Afghanistan experience inadequate services delivery. All youth who newly returned, internally displaced and/or vulnerable, suffer from such negative effects as physical and mental health issues, poor education, financial uncertainty and lack of employment opportunities, social disconnection and
The inaugural issue of the BRD newsletter has just been launched. This month’s issue covers: pilot mapping of illegal waste sites by BRD, expansion of the home vegetable garden program, Q&A with a BRD volunteer, and thematic insights on at-risk
At-risk children are an inevitable consequence of Afghanistan being one of the most unstable countries in the world. According to data produced by UNICEF, in 2014, 29 percent of children in Afghanistan were believed to be bound to the streets