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Our Work

Protection of Vulnerable Groups

Following almost three decades of war, the challenges facing Afghanistan’s

Governance and Accountability

The main issue facing post conflict societies is how to

Human Rights and Sustainable Development

Twenty-five years of war has devastated the Afghan economy and

Agenda 2030

On 1 January 2016, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

BRD Programming Principles & Approach

Empowerment One of the distinctive strengths of our empowerment approach

Latest Update

  • Social Protection Program
    Following almost three decades of war, the challenges facing Afghanistan’s development remain immense. World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health. BRD aims to provide protection of vulnerable groups through the “Social protection program” especially for women and children through education, improved livelihood through income generation and vocational training.... Read more

BRD in Pictures

BRD on Facebook

1 week ago
Attacks on Afghan schools soar

Idag har mer än 700 skolor i Afghanistan stängt på grund av konflikter och fler än 3.7 miljoner barn kan inte gå till skolan.

🕊✏ BRD arbetar för alla barns rätt till utbildning men vi ... See more

At least 700 schools have closed due to conflict and more than 3.7 million children are currently out of school.

1 week ago
Timeline Photos

🕊💕 Efter nästan tre decennier av krig, förblir utmaningarna för utvecklingen i Afghanistan enorma.

#WorldMentalHealthDay observeras den 10 oktober varje år, med det övergripande målet ... See more

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Donors and Partners

BRD is an independent not-for-profit NGO that has no political or religious affiliations. Our work depends on the generosity of international and local aid/charity organizations and private donations. Each donation (monetary or in-kind) helps to alleviate poverty and build the capacity of Afghans to become self-reliant.