Established in 2002 and previously known, as the Bureau for Reconstruction and Development, the Bureau for Rights-Based Development (BRD) is a registered Afghan non-profit, non-governmental organization, mandated to promote rights-based development for a strong, viable, and pluralistic society in Afghanistan. The human rights-based approach to poverty eradication and development lies at the very heart of BRD’s work. BRD’s approach to poverty eradication starts with the connection between poverty and human rights, from the perspective of people living in poverty. As a development organization, BRD understands needs as the basis for claiming human rights and supports marginalized people in their efforts to claim their rights. BRD aims to encourage and support beneficiaries to switch from a passive role to an active role of right holders, taking responsibility for their own development. BRD with partnership with UNICEF implement “The Social and Behavioural Change (SBC) programme” relies on social and behavioural evidence and a comprehensive approach to addressing social, development and humanitarian challenges. SBC’s vision is to enable people to build a better future for themselves, their children, and their community. BRD will develop proper plans, mobilize resources, utilize the best practices and lessons learnt to grasp communities with core behaviour change messages, lifesaving information and engage communities on evidence generation, planning, implementation, monitoring and feedback through local participatory engagement mechanisms/platforms for social and behaviour change interventions through gender, disability and people cantered approaches across Laghman Province
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