FRDO organization is working for integrating gender mainstreaming into its program activities as well as organizational structure, though scarcity of female staff in today’s market is a challenge; FRDO organization is committed to promote gender mainstreaming within its environment by modifying its recruitment process in such a way that woman and men are not only provided with equal opportunities in competing for positions, but women will be given priority and certain advantage while considered for positions

Founded in 1996

In 1996, Female Rehabilitation and Development Organization (FRDO) started its first operation with a professional team of young Afghan citizens in Pakistan and Afghanistan in order to support Afghan refugees. Since that time, we have continued to play a remarkable role in the support of humanitarian and country’s development. We provide required services and support in 222 districts under 18 provinces and due to internal conflicts and existence of armed groups hard to reach communities and villages in most of the provinces.
With support from international donors, Female Rehabilitation and Development Organization (FRDO) implemented different projects related to the education, health, income generation, awareness raising, capacity building, emergency and natural disaster, livestock, human and legal rights awareness and construction of poly clinics and schools for over 140,000 male and female beneficiaries across Afghanistan and Pakistan which almost 95 percent of the projects were implemented in Afghanistan.


Hanifa Amiri

Mrs. Hanifa is one of the bag making beneficiary who was enrolled in the VST-CBT classes in August 2018 and she lives in char-qala wazir abad village of district 10. She is 27 years old women and she was married 10 yeasr ago.


Jilla Ebrahimi

Miss. Jilla Ebrahimi is one those beneficiaries who was enrolled by the survey team of FRDO and WFP- KAO in August 2018. She is 20 years old girl and lives with her family in PD10 of Kabul province.


Mrs. Qamar

Mrs. Qamar is originally from Panjshir province of Afghanistan and lives with her family in Char-qalai wazir abad location of PD10. She has four sons and one daughter. Her husband had cencer sickness and was died five years ago.


Mrs. Shabnam

Mrs. Shabnam is resident of Char-qalai wazir abad, behind Aria Complex and is originally from Kunduz province of Afghanistan. She was admitted to the programme (carpet weaving) on 6 th of August 2018...


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