WRDOAW protects women, girls and children from abuse, neglect, exploitation, and violence in northern region of the Afghanistan. Our programs focus on the most vulnerable families including children while aiming for the safety and well-being of all women and children. Working with governments, international organizations, and local community partners, we strive to create lasting change with improvements in policy and services that protect women and children whether in a natural disaster, conflict, or development setting.
What We Do
WRDOAW works to improve health and nutrition of mothers, newborn babies and children, with special attention to poor and vulnerable communities. We work in hard-to-reach and impoverished communities, as well as with families hard hit by natural disasters and conflict.
Education is the path that the children follow to reach their full potential in life. Majority of the children in need around Afghanistan do not get a quality education where they can learn and develop. To advance learning, WRDOAW will supports education programs for children in the classroom and at home. We make sure that children don’t stop learning during a crisis, and we help to keep kids healthy so they don’t fall behind or drop out.in addition, we coach parents and caregivers to help their children learn early on, so they are prepared to enter school.
The WRDOAW agriculture and climate change program will cover the activities of livelihood and gender, capacity building, biodiversity, land degradation, water and canalization.
WRDOAW responds to three basic types of emergencies — sudden-onset, slow-onset and complex emergencies. WRDOAW develops and maintains local and international partnerships to meet the challenges posed by disasters and crises in high risk communities of Afghanistan northern. We works on building shelters, NFI provisions and quick assistance of health and referral systems, capacity building and protection of all rights of the affected populations either disaster calamities or manmade crises – conflicts.
The WRDOAW ’s Emergency Health and Nutrition programs focus on basic lifesaving maternal, newborn and child healthcare, communicable disease prevention and control, the Minimum Initial Service Package for reproductive health in crises (MISP), including adolescent sexual and reproductive health (ASRH), family planning, detection and treatment of acute malnutrition and breastfeeding promotion.