Afghan Peace Builders Humanitarian Organization APBHO has emerged as a non-governmental, non-political, not-for-profit organization in April 2019 with its long experience as a team (Youth Council) advocating for the rights of communities especially children and women affected by conflicts, and humanitarian crisis in fragile settings.
APBHO’s most peacebuilding efforts focus on high-level negotiations; the peace curriculum of the Afghan Peace Builders Humanitarian Organization focuses on the grassroots of Afghan society. It aims to shift repressive gender norms and equip citizens with the skills to resolve interpersonal conflict non-violently.
Afghan Peace Builders Humanitarian Organization (APBHO) strategically implements sustainable economic empowerment/asset creation, time-critical emergency responses with various commodities including Food and Non-Food Items, research, advocacy, and promotion of peace projects with a cross-cutting focus on youth and women.
What We Do
APBHO’s is working with communities in collaboration with civil society in order to implement multi –sectorial research and humanitarian projects that foster self-reliance, self-sufficiency and relate the socio- economic conditions that promote peace, and empower the people of Afghanistan.
Since 2018 month of October APBHO started to implement projects independently as an organization registered with ministry of Economy of Afghanistan.
Projects APBHO has implemented individually or jointly with ORD includes DH’s (district hospitals), CHC’s (comprehensive health centers), BHC’s (basic health centers), and burn and trauma centers, schools, water intakes, cricket stadiums in east and southeast of Afghanistan.
The construction activities of the mentioned projects were conducted by ORD, soft components including need assessment, community mobilization, community meetings, coordinating the stakeholders of the projects and training were the responsibility of APBHO and has been successfully implemented the projects in Kunar, Nangarhar, Paktia, Khost and Paktika provinces of Afghanistan.
The projects were funded by PATRIP1 (Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Reintegration program). Additionally, APBHO has jointly implemented WFP’s cash/food for work program with ORD in Paktika province of Afghanistan in 2018.More
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