WADAN

The Welfare Association for the development of Afghanistan

WADAN has been actively engaged in delivering vital services across 18 provinces of Afghanistan for the past 22 years. Our multifaceted approach encompasses health facilities, community development, social protection programs, and education, contributing significantly to the well-being of vulnerable and needy populations.

Where We Work

Kabul

Projects

1: Promoting Regional Cooperation and Capacity,
2: DT3, District Teacher Training Program
3: WADAN Kabul bed Women,
4: Children’s and adolescent female Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation center
5: Targeting the Ultra-Poor (TUP) Program
6: Exchange Visits to India, Turkey and Bangladesh to Create Anti-Corruption Action
7: WADAN Kabul outpatient treatment center
8: Children, Female Adolescents, and women drug treatment and rehabilitation inpatient and outpatient
treatment centers
9: District Teacher Training Teams (DT3)

Nangarhar

Projects:
1: Children, Female Adolescents, and women drug treatment and rehabilitation inpatient and outpatient treatment centers
2: Empowering Visually Impaired Women Through Income-Generating Activities
3: Targeting the Ultra Poor (TUP)
4: Empowering Local Communities – Phase I: Assessing Needs and Monitoring Developments
5: Malala Fund COVID-19 Response Project
6: Community Based Schools Project
7: Prevention of Violence Against Children in Afghanistan Project.
8: ECW COVID-19 First Emergency Response
9: Community Empowerment and Reintegration
10: Afghanistan Media Development and Empowerment Project
11: Education Cannot Wait (ECW) Multi-Year Resilience Programme (MYRP) Year 2

Laghman

Projects:
1: Engaging, Empowering and Mobilizing Provincial Council Members
2: Targeting the Ultra-Poor (TUP) Program
3: Model United Nations (MUN) project
4: Community Empowerment and Reintegration
5: Community Based Schools Project
6: Strengthening Access to Justice for Women Affected by Violence through Proven Culturally Sensitive Approaches
7: Support to Persons with Specific Needs (PSN), Border Monitoring, and Cash for Work in the Eastern Region
8: Sustainable Livelihood Project – Eastern Region

Kandahar

Projects:
1: Capacity Building Activity
2: Model United Nations (MUN) project
3: Targeting the Ultra-Poor (TUP) Program
4: Education Envoys
5: Production of 20,000 Handbags for UNHCR Hygiene Kits.
6: Afghanistan Media Development and Empowerment Project
7: Cash Based Intervention (CBI)
8: Empowering Local Communities – Phase I: Assessing Needs and Monitoring Developments
9: Persons with Specific Needs (PSN-South)
10: Border Monitoring

Helmand

Projects:
1: Education in Emergencies for Afghan Children
2: Afghanistan Social Outreach Program (ASOP)
3: District Teacher Training Teams (DT3)
4: Model United Nations (MUN) project
5: Persons with Specific Needs (PSN-South)
6: Production of 20,000 Handbags for UNHCR Hygiene Kits.
7: Cash Based Intervention (CBI)
8: Border Monitoring

Farah

Projects:
1: District Teacher Training Teams (DT3)
2: Children, Female Adolescents, and women drug treatment and rehabilitation inpatient and outpatient treatment centers
3: WADAN 20 bed Women, Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation center
4: Strengthening Access to Justice for Women Affected by Violence through Proven Culturally Sensitive Approaches
5: WADAN Farah 15 bed children’s and Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation center
6: GPE COVID-19 School-based and GPE-CBE-AF Project
7: Education in Emergencies for Afghan Children

Uruzgan

Projects:
1: Cash Based Intervention (CBI)
2: Strengthening Access to Justice for Women Affected by Violence through Proven Culturally Sensitive Approaches
3: Increased Participation of Girls and Boys in Student Groups
4: Improve Teaching and School Management Skills of Teachers and School Principals (INSET and SMT)
5: Girls Learning To Teach Afghanistan (GLTTA)
6: Increased Access to Non-Formal Education Opportunities for Boys and Girls-Community Based Education (CBE)
7: District Teacher Training Teams (DT3)
8: Persons with Specific Needs (PSN-South)

Bamyan

Projects:
1: Model United Nations (MUN) project
2: Community Outreach and Citizen Awareness

Zabul

Projects:
1: District Teacher Training Teams (DT3)
2: Persons with Specific Needs (PSN-South)
3: Cash Based Intervention (CBI)
4: Border Monitoring

Ghazni

Projects:
1: Engaging, Empowering and Mobilizing Provincial Council Members

Badakhshan

Projects:
1: WADAN 70 bed Women, children’s and adolescent female Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation center
2: Model United Nations (MUN) project
3: Children, Female Adolescents, and women drug treatment and rehabilitation inpatient and outpatient treatment centers
4: WADAN Badakhshan outpatient treatment center
5: Afghanistan Girls Education Project

Takhar

1: Afghanistan Girls Education (AGE)

2: Shelter

Herat

Projects:
1: Model United Nations (MUN) project
2: Empowering Local Communities – Phase I: Assessing Needs and Monitoring Developments
3: Community Outreach and Citizen Awareness
4: Made In Afghanistan (MaA) project
5: Made51- Made in Afghanistan (MaA) Extended

Nimroz

Projects:
1: District Teacher Training Teams (DT3)
2: Cash Based Intervention (CBI)
3: Persons with Specific Needs (PSN-South)
4: Border Monitoring

Logar

Projects:
1:Education Envoys
2: Strengthening Access to Justice for Women Affected by Violence through Proven Culturally Sensitive Approaches

Balkh

Projects:
1: Model United Nations (MUN) project
2: Community Outreach and Citizen Awareness
3: Afghanistan Media Development and Empowerment Project
4: Empowering Local Communities – Phase I: Assessing Needs and Monitoring Developments

Khost

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