The deadline has been extended. Earlier deadline was 30th Nov, now it is 4th December. (Pak-NGOs Team)
Khwendo Kor (Upper Dir) is implementing Program for Poverty Reduction (PPR) funded by PPAF, with the objective to reduce poverty through creation of sustainable social and economic development condition including increase in income and production capacity.
KK has planned to build capacity of the “Asset holders” on Livestock (Basic Livestock management skills and AIT vaccination). The asset holders included community female members, female farmers, house-wives and other activist.
3 days training will be conducted.
Objectives of the training
The sessions and course content will cover following concepts along with other relevant topics.
Participants: Participants will be local residents of UC Barawal, Dir Upper.
Methodology of the course will be participatory, experiential and practical work.
The consultant should send following documents
to following email addresses:
Khwendo Kor, a Pashto language word meaning “Sisters’ Home” is a non-profit, non-partisan organization registered in 1993 under Societies Act 1860. It is a participatory development initiative, focusing on the active involvement of the communities especially women and children.
KK initiates its activities by involving people after selection of communities to work with and establishes women and men (separate) Community Organizations, which represent targeted communities to execute project interventions and gain sustainability. Regarding this, KK established Village Education Committees supervise school management and ensure education standards in target districts. Women and Child Friendly Spaces are also running and mobilizing women to take action for their wellbeing. KK efforts for peace building and women are encouraged to take ownership of their rights as well as are capacitated to earn a respectable living. KK also sensitizes community and other stakeholders about conflicts impact on women and GBV; provides protection, health awareness and relief to victims of GBV and IDPs.