WRDOAW Vision Statement

WRDOAW works with each other and successfully promote organization cooperation which contributes to sustainable social, cultural and economic development, women empowerment with a special focus on the rights of those who are disadvantaged, marginalized and vulnerable mainly women and children including refuges and IDPs.

WRDOAW as local none-governmental organization exists to empower women groups and rural communities for advancing sustainable safety and relief opportunities where be addressed the causes of human suffering, violations, inequality and poverty.

WRDOAW Mission Statement

_WRDOAW improve people’s living conditions through promoting role of law, democracy, education, human rights, health care, gender equity, social justice and effective use of public resources.

_WRDOAW provide relief services and rehabilitation/reconstruction opportunities for the poor, vulnerable and marginalized Afghans especially women and disabled group to live in peace, welfare and dignity.

_WRDOAW will be available on responding to natural and conflict emergencies for human relief and survivals.

_WRDOAW will provide humanitarian assistance for those in immediate needs of protection and health survival.

_WRDOAW will enhance and facilitate WASH opportunity practice among marginalized/vulnerable rural groups and youth generation.

_WRDOAW will take active part in education deliveries and human rights improvement in the country.

WRDOAW Programmatic and Operation Valued Principles

WRDOAW strive to increase the representation of under-represented groups in senior decision-making positions at headquarters, in the field, in boards and in advisory groups. Our organization seek to include the under-served, the vulnerable, the marginalized, and the disabled in all our initiatives.  We endeavor to strengthen the position of Afghan women both within and outside our organizations.

We are transparent and accountable in our dealings with the government and community partners, the public, donors and other interested parties.

1. Accountability: in response to the Islamic republic of Afghanistan all associated laws, procedures and policies and the requirements of the donors, the WRDOAW developed and maintained a sound financial policies, accounting, procurement, transport and administrative systems that ensure the use of the resources in accordance with the intended purposes in order to manage the organization and program / projects accounts. Our organization is truthful and honest in all matters related to raising, using and accounting for funds.

2. Transparency: our organization maintain and make available financial and activity reports on making public and dissemination to the interested stakeholders. As, we use all available opportunities to inform the public about our work and about the origin and the use of our resources.

3. No conflicts of interest:  All our transactions are free of conflicts of personal and professional interest. The services of board members shall be given freely and voluntarily, other than reimbursements for essential costs incurred during service.

4. Honesty: our organization is straightforward in all professional activities and deliveries on the ground.

5. Integrity: our organization accept funds and donations only from the sources whose aims are consistent with the WRDOAW vision – mission, program objectives and capacities, and which do not undermine organization independence and identity.

6. Cost effectiveness: we utilize the resources available to our organizations in order to pursue WRDOAW vision – missions and strategic objectives in cost effective ways.  We strive to minimize waste and unnecessary expenses, and to direct all possible resources to the people WRDOAW serve.

7. Effectiveness: our organization is committed to effectiveness and to maximizing the positive impact of the programs or projects and avoid duplication of the services.

8. Sustainability: our organization design and facilitate programs seeks durable solutions that are cost effective, that build Afghan ownership and capacity to enhance sustainability, and that are driven by the long-term development goals of communities and self-support empowerment.

9. Monitoring and evaluation: our organization regularly monitor and evaluate the impact of programs and share findings with relevant stakeholders, including the communities we serve, donors, government and the general public.

10. Trust:  our organization work to build the trust of the donors, partners and communities with which WRDOAW works.

11. Capacity building: our organization take every appropriate opportunity to help build Afghan capacity to understand needs, establish priorities, and take effective action so that ultimately humanitarian, development and reconstruction needs are met by the Afghans.

12. Impartiality: our organization provide aid on the basis of need and provide support regardless of the race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or nationality and political affiliation of the recipients.  WRDOAW do not tie the promise, delivery or distribution of humanitarian assistance to the embracing or acceptance of a particular political or religious creed.

13. Neutrality: our organization do not choose sides between parties to a conflict or do not promote partisan national or international political agendas.

14. Independence:  our organization formulate own policies, programs, and implementation strategies in line with the government policy strategies and donor fund goal requirements. WRDOAW do not allow ourselves to be used to implement programs or gather information of a political, military or economically sensitive nature for governments or other bodies that may serve purposes other than those directly consistent with WRDOAW humanitarian or development missions.

15. Equity: our organization seek to advance greater balance include the underserved, the vulnerable, the disabled and other marginalized groups in all initiatives and to promote equity in all internal relations as well as equitable access to opportunities within WRDOAW.

16. Gender equity: our organization consider and value equally the different behavior, aspirations, needs and rights of women and men as their rights, responsibilities and opportunities do not depend on whether they are born male or female. This may include equal treatment or treatment that is different but which is considered equivalent in terms of rights, benefits, obligations and opportunities.

17. Diversity:  our organization seek to have a workforce that appropriately reflects the gender, ethnic, geographic and religious diversity of Afghanistan and of the areas where we work.

18. Self-reliance and ownership: We encourage and help the people and the communities to solve their own problems and enable the development of self-reliance and advance the right of people to fully participate in decisions that affect their lives.

19. Human rights:  our organization endeavor to respect, protect, and promote the fulfillment of the human rights and obligations of all Afghans in accordance with the Afghanistan and international law.

20. Respect for local values:  our organization equally respect the dignity and the identity of the individuals, and acknowledge indigenous knowledge, culture, religious faith and values.

21. Governing documentation:  WRDOAW has written constitutions or memorandums of association that clearly define our missions, our objectives and our organizational structures.

22. Equal opportunity:  our organization develop and apply written policies, rules and procedures that affirm our commitment to equal opportunities in WRDOAW employment practices and in the promotion of staff.

23. Employment Practices:  our organization apply hiring and termination practices that respect the freedom of choice of individuals and the human resource needs of other stakeholders.  We offer positions based on merit, pay appropriate salaries, allocate job responsibilities according to individual capacities, and demand adequate notice from employees and provide adequate notice for terminations without cause.

24. Human resources:  In line with our organization policy of commitment to capacity building, we give priority to Afghan nationals in recruitment, hiring and training practices including marginalized, vulnerable and disabled groups in a competent base.

25. Resources:  our organization maximize the utilization of locally available physical and technical resources for cost effectiveness and local economic building, where appropriate.

26. Environmental impact: our organization exercise a responsible and responsive approach to the care of the physical, natural environment and to the proper management of Afghanistan’s eco-systems – climate change in all our activities.

27. Application of SPHERE: our organization is knowledgeable about the SPHERE Humanitarian Charter and Minimum Standards in Disaster Response, and seek to apply these standards and the SPHERE indicators in the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of humanitarian projects and programs.

We hold ourselves accountable for enacting behaviors consistent with these principles, and ask others to help us do so, not only in our programming, but in all that we do. Our organizational focus and on-going commitment to Gender Equity and Diversity is specifically aimed at holding ourselves accountable to these principles in all that we do.