No Project Title Objectives Donor Partner Organization Year Start Date End Date Duration Status Budget Deliverables WPSO Strategic Priorities
1 Parliamentary Accountability & Oversight (PAO) To enhance accountibality, Transperancy & resposiveness of afghan parliament NED Parliament 2020 May-20 Apr-21 s  Ongoing  69,000$ 1. Conduct daily oversights from the activities of Parliament’s Lower House (Wolesi Jirga)
2. Prepare and publicize daily session reports of Wolesi Jirga through WPSO social media of WPSO and through other institutions
3. Develop monthly reports and sharing with MPs and wide range of high-status Afghan Civil Society groups including “ACSEN and ACSONP
4.  Monitoring MPs Presence in media during
5. Launching and advocacy meeting around the Annual Report
6. Conducting Parliamentary Dialogues in Kabul and provinces
7. Civil Society organizations, activists meetings with parliamentarians and relevant committees on the laws and functions of the parliament
Contribute to knowledge being created and explored on the roles and contributions of women leaders at the local and national levels to transform homes, communities and villages and preventing youth from engaging with insurgencies and extremism
2 Parliamentary Accountability & Oversight (PAO) To enhance accountibality, Transperancy & resposiveness of afghan parliament NED Parliament 2020 May-19 Apr-20 1 Year  completed  50,000$ 1. Conduct daily oversights from the activities of Parliament’s Lower House (Wolesi Jirga)
2. Prepare and publicize daily session reports of Wolesi Jirga through WPSO social media of WPSO and through other institutions
3. Develop monthly reports and sharing with MPs and wide range of high-status Afghan Civil Society groups including “ACSEN and ACSONP
4.  Monitoring MPs Presence in media during
Contribute to knowledge being created and explored on the roles and contributions of women leaders at the local and national levels to transform homes, communities and villages and preventing youth from engaging with insurgencies and extremism
3 Afghan Women building Peace Locally To Building capacity of local youth that includes young women and men also promoting culture of peace, peace building initiatives among communities and people ICAN MOWA 2020 Dec-19 Mar-20 3 months & 15 days  completed  19,253$ 1. 35 young women and men who are locally connected and engaged with youth will receive training and mentoring on peace building, conflict resolutions and skills to negotiate with the local government
2. The participants of the training will be divided into five groups and each group will have a focal points who coordinate with members, get reports and update WPSO on monthly bases.
3. WPSO in coordination with relevant governmental institutions and other CSOs in Parwan province organizes an open discussion with the participation of 50 governmental senior officials, deferent walks of life, discuses women, security and peace process and concerns, challenges and recommendations.
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
4 Safhe Jaded- Implementing the afghan NAP To Contribute in improving women protection by linking security and justice sectors and complaints mechanism for the female police within MoI. OXFAM MOI & MOWA 2019 Sep-19 Mar-20 6 Months  completed  31,400$ 1. Facilitating linkage events among justice and security sectors for women protection in six provinces.                                                                              2. One day capacity building for female police and introduction sessions of MoI complaints mechanism department .                                                                                3. Two days national workshop for female police officers and  advocacy meetings                                                                                                                         4. Designing and distributing of flyer and poster Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
5 N-Peace To Strengthening role of women in peace process and conflict resolution Province UNDP HPC & MOWA 2019 Aug-19 Jan-20 6 Months  completed  15,320$ 1. Training for 25 young women leaders in Balkh and Herat Provinces for two Days.
2. Community dialogue for 60 university students of Balkh and Herat province.
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
6 FITI Monitoring and Advocacy on the EVAW Implementation War Child Canada Parliament, HPC, MoI 2019 May-19 Nov-19 5 months  completed  3,150$ 1. Review the Toolkit and identify the elements of the M&E Guidance
2. Participate in knowledge sharing in Afghanistan
3. Develop a Pilot Toolkit and Share it with War Child Canada
4. Participate in Training Sessions in Afghanistan
5. Assessment of community protection centers
6. Training Manual Development on GVB Sensitization for CPCs
7. Delivery training to trainers
8. Assessment of the impact
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
7 Technical Assitance to MoI Providing Technical Assistance to MoI- Implementation of the Female Police Gender Integration Strategy & its implementation plan Oxfam MoI 2019 Sep-18 Aug-19 1 Year  completed  26,160$ 1. Assigning a gender specialist (or policy expert/specialist) for six months at the Gender & Human Rights Directorate of MoI who will be reporting to the Director & work with WPSO & Oxfam in a coordinated manner
2. Organize capacity building training for police in Kabul
Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
8 Supporting local women leaders in resolving local conflicts Phase II Providing three days workshop for Female ppc members, women activitst and cso’s CAID HPC 2019 Jun-19 Nov-19 5 months  completed  16,000 GBP 1. Training of 20 women leaders in the local conflict resolution & mobilizing them to connect with their local governments to address their challenges
2. Developing advocacy action plans for the women & working with them to implement
3. Connecting them with the local government and other relevant stakeholders
4. WPSO will use the outcomes to advocate for women’s inclusion in the local conflicts and issues of peace and security
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
9 Supporting local women leaders in resolving local conflicts Phase I Providing three days workshop for Female ppc members, women activitst and cso’s CAID HPC 2019 Jan-19 Apr-19 4 months  completed  13,000 GBP 1. Training of 20 women leaders in the local conflict resolution & mobilizing them to connect with their local governments to address their challenges
2. Developing advocacy action plans for the women & working with them to implement
3. Connecting them with the local government and other relevant stakeholders
4. WPSO will use the outcomes to advocate for women’s inclusion in the local conflicts and issues of peace and security
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
10 N-Peace Assessment of female members of PPCs UNDP HPC 2019 Sep-18  15- Feb-2019 6 Months  completed  10,000 $ 1. Assessment of expectations of female Provincial Peace Committee members
2. Develop practical set of recommendations from each province
3. Share recommendations with the High Peace Council, government and other stakeholders
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
11 Increasing public awareness, inclusion and protection of women in the Afghan National Police Increase public awarness Inclusion & protection of women in afghan National Police(ANP) CFLI MoI 2019 Sep-18 Feb-19 6 Months  completed  25,551 CAD 1. Six civic educations about the recruitment process for female in Afghan National Police Force, two workshop in each province
2. Comprehensive interviews with nine female police, two in each province

3. Designing and distributing of brochure and poster:
4. Installation of 18 billboards in five various places of  Badakhshan, Takhar and Kunduz cities

Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
12 Afghan women peace builders who resolve conflicts through mediation and  negotiation. To Create/ Explore knowledge about women’s leader’s in grassroots movements, empower capacities & Support research & advocacy ICAN HPC 2018 Jul-18 Dec-18 5 Months  completed  30,426$ 1. Training + Mentoring & Mobilization of local women leaders in the local conflict resolution processes:
2. Training of 24 female provincial peace committees members:
3.  Developing mobilization action plans for the women leaders who are trained
4. Mentoring & connecting the local leaders with the Provincial authorities & provincial Peace Councils
5. WPSO will advocate the outcomes & engagement of women leaders from local to national with the leadership of HPC
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
13 Women Security During Elections (WSDE) Increase the public education on political rights, Encourging women to exercise their fundamental rights,                                      advocate for engaging more women in IEC as employees UNWOMEN IEC & MoWA 2018 Jun-18 Dec-18 7 Months  completed  43,009$ 1. WPSO continues to engage with its local focal points, local journalists to get latest update on women’s participation in election & inform IEC & donors
2.  Social media & provincial updates on weekly basis using Facebook & twitter
3. Sharing with IEC & MOI & Follow up
4. Organize community Dialogues with leading women to identify the challenges of voting for women in three regions of Afghanistan
5. Data collection & Documentation-
6. Advocacy & IEC and MOI & addressing the issues received from provinces
Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
14 Safhe Jaded- Implementing the afghan NAP Increased abilities and performance of female officers Awareness rising among religious and tribal leaders on  women’s social Oxfam MOI & MoHIA 2019 Apr-18 Mar-19 12 months  completed  88,870$ 1. Capacity building trainings on police related laws for female Police officer in 7 Province
2. Interviews with female police officers in 7provinces on their challenges and recommendations
3. Consultation and workshop with Religious and tribal leaders in six province on 1325
Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
15 Parliamentary Accountability & Oversight (PAO) To enhance accountibality, Transperancy & resposiveness of afghan parliament NED Parliament 2019 May-18 Apr-19 12 months  completed  50,000$ 1. Conduct daily oversights from the activities of Parliament’s Lower House (Wolesi Jirga)
2. Prepare and publicize daily session reports of Wolesi Jirga through WPSO social media of WPSO and through other institutions
3. Develop monthly reports and sharing with MPs and wide range of high-status Afghan Civil Society groups including “ACSEN and ACSONP
4.  Monitoring MPs Presence in media during
5.  Monitor to the voter’s registration statistics and election process in Afghanistan
Contribute to knowledge being created and explored on the roles and contributions of women leaders at the local and national levels to transform homes, communities and villages and preventing youth from engaging with insurgencies and extremism
16 Women Peace & Security 1. To create visibility and exposure on the work and importance of women playing roles in local conflict resolution that are key for peace process, and
2. To provide quick and practical skills for women leaders to engage in the peace processes as members of the PPCs.
Oxfam MoI 2018 Oct-17 Jul-18 6 months  completed  $      64,600.00 1. Conducted one day Conference on Women, Peace and Security
2. Conducted one day Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security
3. Organized biking competition between girls and boys of three province having slogans of ’’ Biking for peace’’ and’’ a Generation Awaiting Peace’’
Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
17 Safhe Jaded- Implementing the afghan NAP Increased abilities and performance of female officers Awareness rising among religious and tribal leaders on  women’s social Oxfam MoI 2018 Apr-17 Mar-18 12 months  completed  $      53,310.00  Capacity building trainings   for female police officers in seven provinces
The female police officers received trainings on following topics:

1. The constitution of Afghanistan
2. Police Law
3. Police personnel law
4. Law on Military Crimes
5. Police code of conduct
6. 1325 Resolution  on Women, Peace and Security
7. Afghanistan’s National Action Plan on UNSCR 132- Women, Peace and Security
8. Review of the Gender Integration Strategy Plan for female police

Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
18 Paliamentry Watch – 5th year To enhance accountibality, Transperancy & resposiveness of afghan parliament NED Parliament 2018 May-17 Apr-18 12 months  completed  $      65,000.00 1. Conduct daily oversights from the activities of Parliament’s Lower House (Wolesi Jirga)
2. Prepare and publicize daily session reports of Wolesi Jirga through WPSO social media of WPSO and through other institutions
3. Develop monthly reports and sharing with MPs and wide range of high-status Afghan Civil Society groups including “ACSEN and ACSONP
4.  Monitoring MPs Presence in media during
5.  Monitor to the voter’s registration statistics and election process in Afghanistan
Contribute to knowledge being created and explored on the roles and contributions of women leaders at the local and national levels to transform homes, communities and villages and preventing youth from engaging with insurgencies and extremism
19 Peace Dialogue- Beyond Boundaries Developing understanding on the identified bilateral issues mentioned above to help detox narratives, improve public perceptions, and mitigate mutual allegations and suspicions CRSS 2017 Aug-16 Apr-17 9 months  completed  $    159,260.00 The PAJC aimed to develop understanding on the identified bilateral issues mentioned above to help detox narratives, improve public perceptions, and mitigate mutual allegations and suspicions. The core group members will keep alternating for the captive interactions, strategic meetings on the sidelines, public seminars at universities and media appearances during the total of six workshops/ visits of joint committee through the project life cycle August, 2016 to March, 2017; one each at Islamabad, Karachi and Lahore in Pakistan and Kabul, Mazaar-i-Sharif and Herat in Afghanistan.. Contribute to knowledge being created and explored on the roles and contributions of women leaders at the local and national levels to transform homes, communities and villages and preventing youth from engaging with insurgencies and extremism
20 Protection of Child rights from Islamic Perspective To create an awareness campaign through religious groups to support child rights through engaging & empowering communities to prevent early child marriages and violence against children in their communities and hold government agencies accountable GIZ CMI/AGO 2017 Oct-16 Sep-17 12 months  completed  $      48,530.00 1. Young religious imams and khateebs have increased knowledge and information about child rights citing Islamic laws.
2. Communities (parents) engage in a constructive dialogue with religious groups, law enforcement agencies and civil society organizations to address violence against children particularly the increased child rapes and child marriages in their province.
3. Training police about for having awareness about the Afghan constitution, personnel law and other relevant law, this is needed in area of their work.
 Promote the role of women as peace negotiators, mediators, peace builders and preventing violence extremism and radicalization
21 Increasing public awareness, inclusion and protection of women in the Afghan National Police (ANP) Increase public awarness Inclusion & protection of women in afghan National Police(ANP) CFLI MoI 2017 Oct-16 Feb-17 6 months  completed  $      37,242.00 1. Civic educations about the recruitment process for female in Afghan National Police Force.
2. Comprehensive interviews with nine female police.
3. Designing and distributing of brochure and poster:
4. Installation of 18 billboards in five various places of Kandahar.
Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks
22 Parliamentary Watch -4th year To enhance accountibality, Transperancy & resposiveness of afghan parliament NED Parliament 2017 Feb-16 Jan-17 12 months  completed  $      68,000.00 1. Conduct daily oversights from the activities of Parliament’s Lower House (Wolesi Jirga)
2. Prepare and publicize daily session reports of Wolesi Jirga through WPSO social media of WPSO and through other institutions
3. Develop monthly reports and sharing with MPs and wide range of high-status Afghan Civil Society groups including “ACSEN and ACSONP
4.  Monitoring MPs Presence in media during
5.  Monitor to the voter’s registration statistics and election process in Afghanistan
Contribute to knowledge being created and explored on the roles and contributions of women leaders at the local and national levels to transform homes, communities and villages and preventing youth from engaging with insurgencies and extremism
23 Bayan Enhanced Responsiveness in the Security Sector: Increased inclusion and protection of women in the Afghan National Police (ANP)#
Increased public awareness: Increased public awareness and community support on inclusion, protection and participation
Oxfam MOI 2016 Apr-16 Dec-16 9 months  completed  $      53,434.00 1. Civic education about the recruitment process for female in Afghan National Police Force., Full-day workshop
2. Conducting a one day capacity building training for Female Police Council and female police officers
3. Conducting Community dialogues
Create spaces and avenues for young women to enter the debate on peace and security from a people’s perspectives challenging the conventional and military peace and security frameworks