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Afghanistan - Counterpart International 2010 Annual Report Online Supplement

  1. 1. AFGHANISTAN<br />Counterpart International<br />2010 Annual Report<br />Online Supplement<br />
  2. 2. Dr. Sima Samar, Chairperson of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Comission (AIHRC), talking during a conference hosted by the National Campaign on Justice for all in Afghanistan. A project funded by I-PACS and implemented by Saba Media Organization (SMO) in Kabul, Kandahar, Hirat, Nangarhar, Balkh, Ghazni, Paktya, Logar, Maidan-Wardak, Faryab, Parwan, Kapisa, Panjshir, Farah, Kunduz, Baghlan, Uruzgan, Nimroz, Zabul and Hilmand provinces/cities through Radio Nawa and Kabul, Kandahar, Hirat, Mazar-e-Sharif, Jalal Abad and Tarinkot cities through Saba TV.<br />© Counterpart International<br />
  3. 3. A Kochi family being interviewed by New Afghan Women Association (NAWA) as part of a project funded by I-PACS to provide women and girls with equal access to education. This Kochi family lives in the Parwan-e do district of Kabul, and the parents want to send their children to school.<br />© NAWA<br />
  4. 4. A group of people in a Human Rights training session conducted by Afghanistan National Reconstruction Coordination (ANCC). As a part of Counterpart International’s Initiative to Promote Afghan Civil Society (I-PACS), the Afghanistan Center for Training and Development provides funding and assistance to civil society organizations (CSO) like the ANCC in Tarinkot capital, Chora and Dehrawotdistric of Uruzgan province.<br />© Counterpart International<br />
  5. 5. Another Human Rights training session conducted by Afghanistan National Reconstruction Coordination (ANCC) in coordination with one of Counterpart’s key partners, Afghanistan Center for Training and Development (ACTD). <br />© Counterpart International<br />
  6. 6. SangeetaSadaaf speaks as a member of the Foundation for Help and Welfare of Afghan Women, a civil society organization in Jawzjan province. She explains the benefits of fundraising training conducted by Counterpart’s Intermediary Service Organizations (ISOs) and Civil Society Support Center (CSSC) staff. Counterpart chose 2 ISOs and 8 CSSCs as key partners in their Initiative to Promote Afghan Civil Society. <br />© Counterpart International<br />
  7. 7. Sakina, Chief of Women council at GulkhanaDashtiBarchi district of Kabul, during an interview with New Afghan Women Association (NAWA), a civil society organization receiving funding and assistance in a new project to protect women’s and girls’ equal access to education. <br />© Counterpart International<br />
  8. 8. Girls celebrate graduation from the English language and computer skills course led by Kandahar Health and Development Organization (KHDO) in Kandahar province. KHDO is a target civil society organization and Counterpart International and its key partner, Afghanistan Center for Training and Development (ACTD).<br />© Counterpart International<br />
  9. 9. KhwajaOmari District school girls during a training on Basic Human Rights in Ghazni Province. This training is conducted through Basic Education and Employable Skill Training (BEST), a key I-PACS partner in Ghazni province. <br />© Counterpart International<br />
  10. 10. Deaf child in Herat Province of Afghanistan signs “I love you.” She is just one of the beneficiaries of the Ansari Hearing Impaired Association’s (AHIA) educational training programs. The AHIA is a target civil society organization of Women Activities and Social Services Association (WASSA), a key partner of Counterpart’s I-PACS.<br />© Counterpart International<br />

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