Cooperation Center for Afghanistan (CCA)
CCA is a charity, non-profit, and an apolitical organization established by a group of intellectual Afghan volunteers, on the bases of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and historic progressive values of the people of Afghanistan in 1990 at Peshawar, Pakistan.
CCA carried out projects in education, building construction, infrastructures, public health services, human rights, and agriculture sectors. CCA promotes sustainability, democratic values, pluralism, the rule of law, and women's participation in social, political, and economic activities.
CCA was one of the few civic groups maintained its presence during the Taliban era via its offices in Kabul, Mazar-i-Sharif and Bamiyan. During this time, CCA provided crucial information on human rights abuses carried out by all conflicting groups' perpetrators to Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch. CCA played a key role in capacity building of civic organization through its training units on issues such as gender equality, human rights, public administration, advocacy campaigns, educating refugees about their rights, rural community development, and promotion of democracy. Several members of CCA were killed in their attempt to accomplish above mentioned goals and values.
WHERE? CCA has been working in northern and central Afghanistan including Kabul, Herat, and Urozgan since 1990. CCA's activities cover 14 provinces of Afghanistan currently.
WHO? CCA works for and with youth, women, children, returning refugees, disabled, displaced families, and victims of human rights abuses. CCA also strengthening the capacity of public service providers, community workers, and development practitioners through its capacity building programs.
Promoting human rights, popular "Education" and appropriate technology for a progressive, sustainable and harmonious society development.