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The Green Organization | What We Do
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What We Do


We  bridge the gap between Afghanistan and the International Community. We  actively engage with the design, monitoring, and implementation of the  development projects in our communities. We fight for youth’s rights and promote knowledge production.

TGO  engages in development policies through awareness raising, campaigning,  advocacy, and education. We help people promote understanding,  tolerance, and peaceful coexistence through workshops, training, and  social development programs.

Promoting Access to Education

We provide educational services and consultancy at different levels from primary and secondary school to the university level. The Green Organization’s education program aims to provide young women and men with the required skills, knowledge, values and competencies that help them successfully engage with their communities and contribute to the development efforts.

Since 2014, The Green Organization has helped 100s of youth to develop their skills and acquire knowledge in education, communications, peacebuilding and conflict resolution program. They have been provided with opportunities to speak up and share their thoughts and exchange ideas with the U.S students through several online conferences.

Projects and Activities

The project was designed to increase the capacity of youth to establish collaborative relationships that will contribute to conflict resolution, sustainable peace, and increased development in the region and beyond.  Participants gained new skills and knowledge aimed at preventing intercommunal conflicts from escalating into problems that threaten regional, national, and global security.

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