Students Explore Rights and Gender in Afghanistan

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  • November 5, 2014

“I really like attending summer camps. It is very interactive and good learning for us. The best thing I like is taking part in role plays and group work because this teaches us the importance of team work,” shared Sakina, a student.

In October, Church World Service-Pakistan/Afghanistan organized a three-day camp for fifty girls and ten female teachers at a school located in Surkhroad District, Nangarhar Province. To improve the quality of school curriculum in Afghanistan, this camp aims to raise awareness and build capacity of students and teachers on handling key social, political, cultural, and human rights issues. Through a participatory approach, participants were encouraged to express their thoughts and talent during group discussions, art work, speeches, and role plays.

Advocacy Endeavors by Civil Society Organizations

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  • November 5, 2014

Thirteen professionals, engaged in advocacy based projects, participated in a comprehensive nine-week course on Action Research. The course was designed to nurture a culture of research in civil society organizations. Participants were introduced to the basics of research which enabled them to independently design and undertake small research initiatives. 

CWS-P/A in collaboration with academics from different universities designed the course modules involving two residential workshops followed by research assignments accompanied by online support. “Lack of academic discourse in the development perspective has been the missing link in the development projects. Action research course has definitely added to bridge this gap,” shared Ihsan Ullah Khan from Norwegian Church Aid.

Government Acknowledges CWS-P/A for Livelihood Initiatives in Kohat and Shangla

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CWS-P/A received a letter of gratitude from the Livestock Department Kohat for its poultry distribution to displaced and host communities, aiming to improve livelihood.

Continuous insurgency and military operations in the tribal areas of Pakistan has resulted in a huge influx of displaced families in Kohat and surrounding areas. CWS-P/A’s initiative aims to address the challenges of livelihood opportunities and other basic necessities for the displaced and host communities. With assistance from female village committee members, CWS-P/A identified 70% of IDPs and 30% of host families for receiving the poultry package. A total of 400 families received ten crossbreed hens and two roosters along with a cage equipped with a drinker and feeder.  Training on backyard poultry farming and poultry feed were also provided.

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