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Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports

by Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD)
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports
Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports

This is the second report of project "Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports". The planning phase was continued in this reporting period as well and in result, the tournament was planned to be organized in late summer or early autom 2017. Important steps in the preparedness phase will be as follows: 

1. Identification of 16 girl volleyball teams based on their qualification jointly with Department of Education. 

2. Planning the procurement and logistics aspects of the tournament. 

As reported earlier, CPD is thinking of finding the ways to transform the project from being a one time activity (girl volleyball tournament) into a recurrent action extended to years to come. 

In consideration to the changes brought to the initial planning, project was revised and approved by GlobalGiving. To raise required financial resources for the project, it became part of different crowd-funding campaigns of the GlobalGiving (including Christmas Giving 50% match). 

CPD is enthusiastic to extend its commitment to prevent girls from harassment in public places, workplace and schools in order to enjoy their social life as equal humans as boys.  

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Coordination meeting with sports authorities
Coordination meeting with sports authorities

This is the first report of project "Help Empower Afghan Girls through Sports". During this period of time, CPD was focused on improving the project planning in terms of following two aspects: 

1. Internal discussion at the CPD: Finding the ways to transform the project from being a one time activity (girl volleyball tournament) into a recurrent action beyond its already planned timeframe (autum 2016) extended to years to come. 

2. Coordinating the issue with related stakeholders that is still under way. 

Result of this planning process will be reflected as project revision and possibly registering new project/s as well. 

CPD is enthusiastic to extend its commitment to prevent girls from harassment in public places, workplace and
schools in order to enjoy their social life as equal humans as boys. 

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Cooperation for Peace and Development (CPD)

Location: Kabul, Kabul province - Afghanistan
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Twitter: @cpdafg
Project Leader:
Abdul Sami Zhman
Kabul, Kabul Afghanistan
$10,991 raised of $12,500 goal
 
259 donations
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