Who Are We?

Who Are We?

Noor Educational and Capacity Development Organization (NECDO) is a non-governmental, non-partial and non-political organization, registered with Ministry of Economy in 2002 with INO.95. NECDO was established in January 2001 by a group of volunteers to help and support needy Afghan women, youth and children when Afghan nation was passing from the time- tested moments of its history in Peshawar Afghan Refugee Camps. Almost 15 years back NECDO started from zero and by today we have helped 50000 women to become literate and 2400 empowered as professionally managers & leaders with finding job opportunity in different national & international institutions, 1269 women leaders empowerment in provincial shura, 6000 Imams and hundreds of youths mobilized for EVAW. The each one of our trainees at the moment is working with hundreds of other women in their community. Now we have four well-established offices in Kabul, Ghazni, Ningrhar and Badakhshan and we are working in 15 provinces with Women Shura members on women’s right issues and community leaders & Imams. NECDO has trained more than 2000 teachers in 18 provinces for literacy of children. NECDO’s enhancement from relief to development programs that ensure sustainability in long term for women is the focus point with understanding of gender as cross cutting issue through our program and projects in the strategic plan for 2018

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  1. Hello,

    We are a Berlin,Germany based social organisation which has been working on projects in India since year 2012 to bring better sanitation facilities in India. Our work has been awarded and recognized in Germany and in India. We also have a very active social network where we interact with people across the world. We were wondering if we could interview Ms.Jamila Aghani and learn from her great work which has brought such tremendous change.

    We would publish her interview on our page which will be viewed by people across continents who want to be part of a social change.

    Here is link to a report on us done by Indian TV Channel called, NDTV.com

    http://www.ndtv.com/india-news/they-cycled-10-000-km-across-11-countries-for-eco-toilets-in-this-maharashtra-village-718875

    Here is also an interview we had conducted on award winning Arunachalam Murgantham from India who is considered as 100 most influential people by TIMES for his work in bringing revolution in menstrual hygiene in India:

    http://gutsforchange.de/de/revolutionizing-womens-menstrual-hygiene-in-india-through-social-business-the-sanitary-napkin-man/

    Warm Regards
    Kalyani Rao

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