Unconditional Seasonal Support

  • Implement By: NECDO
  • Supported By: WFP
  • Beneficiaries: 19000 Needy Families
  • Province: Kabul
  • PD: 1, 7, 8, 9, 16 & 18

Background information

NECDO is an Afghan women local, non-governmental, impartial 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 in the Refuge camps of Pakistan. When the Afghan nation was passing through time-tested moments of it’s history. The Soviet hand over and destructive civil war of Mujahedeen resulted in material and spiritual losses for the nation. NECDO started its activities with small means, and a great purpose, which was based on humanitarian and development assistance. During our social activities in camps, we realized the need for Peace through education, capacity building and income generation. This was the priority set forth. In the past seventeen years of NECDO has contributed for women, youth and children through its multidimensional activities expended in to 22 provinces of Afghanistan. We firmly believe that it’s better to light a candle, instead of cursing the darkness. Because the one lighted candle will be in position to light a few more around and this way we will get rid of the darkness and conflicts. This commitment and dedication made us to be a well-known and active NGO not only locally but also internationally. The commitment and professionalism pioneer us to be a role model for coming generations and foster to pave the way for a better tomorrow for them.

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Let’s Light a Candle Instead of Cursing the Darkness

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We run projects in over 34 Provinces in Afghanistan

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