Background

Lack of funding, security concerns, government corruption, and limited organizational capacity are factors that hamper the effectiveness of CSOs in Afghanistan. CSOs are becoming increasingly crucial as a counter to corruption, and they have a very important role to play in increasing accountability and providing disenfranchised Afghans with a voice. As the international community approaches … Continue reading

Introduction

Building Markets has established a programme to build the capacity of Afghan civil society organizations (CSOs) whose mandate is to promote and protect human rights. We are delivering high quality thematic interventions by providing both programme development training (building watchdog capacity, monitoring capabilities, and programme formulation) and operational training (finance, accounting, HR, and reporting for accountability … Continue reading