Social Development and Legal Rights (SLDR)
Social Development and Legal Rights - Afghanistan (SDLR) is an independent, non-allied, non-governmental, non-political, independent humanitarian organization which has been established in 1997 and is actively involved in social development and legal rights sector in Afghanistan.
SDLR's mission is to improve social and legal protection with special focus on children, women and marginalized groups across the country and support efforts aimed at social and economical development;
Through well targeted interventions in close collaboration and coordination with relevant government ministries/institutions and national and international stack holders and international communities.
Specific programs that will be implemented to achieve organization’s vision and objectives will include:
Social development of children
Social development of women
Strengthening legal protection mechanisms with special focus on children, women and marginalized groups.
Support improved security, peace and rule of law efforts to ensure enjoyment of equal rights by all Afghans.
Various social Development programs throughout the country for eradication of poverty, socio–economic impact surveys, capacity building programs, youth promotion programs and etc.
Vision and Objectives
Contributing to creation of a society where all Afghans enjoy, peace, security, economic, social and educational development.
And have equal access to improved social services, fair rule of law and justice under Afghanistan’s national constitution thereby respecting all international norms and treaties.
Some of the objectives are to:
Facilitate social development of children, women and marginalized groups through implementation of well targeted and well coordinated programs including awareness raising, capacity building of service providers and policy makers and advocacy
Strengthen legal protection mechanisms through legal awareness, provision of affordable, accessible and sustainable legal aid especially for children and women and through capacity building of judiciary and law enforcement officials.
Contribute to restoration of peace, security and rule of law through conflict prevention, human rights promotion, peace building and social development programs. See more