Women Capacity Building Project

Recently NECDO implemented the capacity building training for 2 Rounds, 1st Round from 1st June to 31st September 2022 for 10 female teachers, 20 female university students, and 10 Ulama and the 2nd Round from 1st October to 31 December 2022 for 21 female teachers, 42 female university students, and 10 Ulama  (total participants 20 Male and 123 Female) successfully held in Nazo ana library hall, this was the most comprehensive training for the participants who were deprived of schools and were impacted by the current critical situation of Afghanistan, they learned most important issue and topics.

Training Objectives: The program’s goal is to help students learn and comprehend lessons in a variety of ways. Students from various schools throughout the province of Kabul participate in this program and learn about the most important topics. The topics covered in this program were both interesting and novel to the students, and NECDO made an effort to educate them about issues primarily related to technology leadership, networking, management, and women’s rights with regard to Islamic values. NECDO aimed to transfer essential concerns to students so that they might then transfer them to others.


  • To empower women and girls, through capacity building as professional leaders for key positions (Example: Literacy & catch-up programs; Peace education, psychosocial, conflict resolutions; computer skills; higher education in Management)
  • To mobilize community influential leaders (women and men) and building their capacity as advocates of human rights and women’s rights. (Example. Master trainers and training of trainers; Women’s human rights; Islam and Women’s Rights)
  • To empower Afghan women and girls towards sustainable life and economic empowerment (Example: Income generation and vocational training such as handicraft and tailoring training, production, and marketing.)
  • To conduct advocacy for a just society through research, networking, and advocacy (Example: Elimination of VAWG through awareness raising campaigns and media; Establishment of youth committees for Elimination of violence against women in Universities and High schools; Publication of Newsletters; Conducting surveys and assessments on VAWG.
  • To assist the needy families and orphans through its relief program and provide urgent needs during the emergencies.