Central Afghanistan Welfare Committee (CAWC) is a none-governmental and none-profitable organization established in the year 1989 in Peshawar-Pakistan by a group of humanitarian actors assisting the UN agencies to support the Afghan refuses in the Refugee Camp of Peshawar and then expanded its operation to Afghanistan supporting the IDPs and most vulnerable people in different provinces. CAWC moved its main office to Afghanistan in 2001 to take part in reconstruction of Afghanistan alongside with the other NGO/INGOs begun their operation in Afghanistan following the new political changes happened in Afghanistan in 2001 and officially registered in Ministry of Economy with #of 126 in 2005.
During the 30 years of its life-span CAWC has implemented more than 170 projects in different sectors funded by various donors in different parts of Afghanistan such as Ghazni, Maidan-Wardak, Kabul, Bamyan, Daikundi, Ghor, Balkh, Faryab, Badakhshan and Paktia provinces. CAWC has an invaluable experience in Afghanistan implementing many projects in the different thematic areas, particularly humanitarian and emergency response in different modalities such as Distribution of NFI, Distribution of Shelters, Cash distribution, Cash for Work, Cash for Food, Food Security and Agricultures. CAWC implemented all those projects in partnership with and funds provided by international donors and UN agencies such as UNHCR, UNFAO, OXFAM GB, IRD, NCA, Caritas Germany, AHF, PWJ and ACBAR. Although CAWC worked in different areas of Afghanistan but the main focus during this period of time has been in Central Highland Region.
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