Community Center For The Disabled

A RESOURCE CENTER FOR THE PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES

 

We stand to change the attitudes towards disability

 

Disability is a matter of perception.

 

Disability Is Not A Limitation

 

We stand to change the attitude towards disability in Afghan society!.To create a positive culture towards disability in Afghanistan.
What we do

CD believes in the equal rights of all the segments of the Afghan society including the PwDs in all the social, economic, cultural and political aspects. CCD works for Human rights (PwDs rights), Advocacy, Awareness, Education, Livelihood, Capacity building Peace and Democracy promotion, and Rehabilitation. CCD has been supported by local organizations, international organizations and governmental institutions.

How CCD came up

CCD was established in March 2004 as a project of Handicap International and proved to be very effective; CCD improved and Expanded.was Registered as an independent local NGO with Code number of 961 in May 2007.

What we stand for

We stand to change the attitude towards  disability in Afghan society!.To create a positive culture towards disability in Afghanistan.

Advocate for Civil and human rights

Advocate for the civil and human rights of persons with disabilities in Afghanistan in collaboration with related government departments, donors and other civil society organizations

Building the capacity

Build the capacity of DPOs and PwDs and improve social, cultural and economic situation of persons with disabilities in Afghanistan

Productive network

To build a productive network of stakeholders concerned for promoting the rights of PwDs and manage the administration and networking both nationally and internationally.

Publication & Blogs
Report on Sensitzation community Workshops
Presidential Election 2019 Monitoring Survey Report by CCD
Disability Political Resolution
Awareness about Covid-19 & eliminating violence
Activity Report on National Conference
Where We Work

Central Region

Kunduz is a city in northern Afghanistan, which serves as the capital of Kunduz Province. The city has a population of about 268,893,making it about the 6th-largest city of Afghanistan, and the largest city in the northeastern section of the country.

East Region

Balkh is one of the 34 provinces of Afghanistan, located in the north of the country. It is divided into districts and has a population of about 1,245,100, which is multi-ethnic and mostly a Persian-speaking society. The city of Mazar-i-Sharif serves as the capital of the province. The Mazar-e Sharif International Airport and Camp Marmal sit on the eastern edge of Mazar-i-Sharif.

North Region

Kabul is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan, located in the eastern section of the country. It is also a municipality, forming part of the greater Kabul Province. According to estimates in 2019, the population of Kabul is 5.266 million, which includes all the major ethnic groups of Afghanistan. Rapid urbanization had made Kabul the world’s 75th largest city.

South Region

Bamyan is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan, located in the central highlands of the country. Its terrain is mountainous or semi-mountainous. The province is divided into six districts, with the town of Bamyan serving as its capital. The province has a population of about 455,000.

West Region

Kabul is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan, located in the eastern section of the country. It is also a municipality, forming part of the greater Kabul Province. According to estimates in 2019, the population of Kabul is 5.266 million, which includes all the major ethnic groups of Afghanistan. Rapid urbanization had made Kabul the world’s 75th largest city.

North East

Balkh is one of the 34 provinces of Afghanistan, located in the north of the country. It is divided into districts and has a population of about 1,245,100, which is multi-ethnic and mostly a Persian-speaking society. The city of Mazar-i-Sharif serves as the capital of the province. The Mazar-e Sharif International Airport and Camp Marmal sit on the eastern edge of Mazar-i-Sharif.

South East

Kunduz is a city in northern Afghanistan, which serves as the capital of Kunduz Province. The city has a population of about 268,893,making it about the 6th-largest city of Afghanistan, and the largest city in the northeastern section of the country.

Central Highland

Balkh is one of the 34 provinces of Afghanistan, located in the north of the country. It is divided into districts and has a population of about 1,245,100, which is multi-ethnic and mostly a Persian-speaking society. The city of Mazar-i-Sharif serves as the capital of the province. The Mazar-e Sharif International Airport and Camp Marmal sit on the eastern edge of Mazar-i-Sharif.

Our Team Members

Mr. Hamid Azizi

Executive Director

Having more than 15 years of disability sector experience, Mr. Azizi is leading the CCD management team as Executive Director. Mr. Azizi is an active member of various national and international networks and hold advisory positions on Civil Society Peace Consultation Board, Advisory panel of Mercy Corps for SUN program, ACPD, national

Mr. Haroon Haidari

Deputy Director - Cum -HR

Among the founding members of CCD, Haroon Haidari is an MBA with more than 15 years of managerial experience in HR and project management of disability sector. He serve as Deputy Director and looking after HR related matters of CCD.

 

Mohammad Dawood Faizi

Finance Officer

Mr. Faizi is handling the financial management and reporting. He has over 5 years of experience working in nonprofit sector for managing project finances. He is well trained and experienced with stakeholders’ requirements regarding project finances.

Javed Ahmed

Program Manager

Mr. Javed is acting as Program Manager at CCD and has an extensive experience of more than 10 years in Program Management, Fundraising,Technical writing, M&E, Research and capacity building. Javed has done MS in Project Management and MBA in Finance from reputed university abroad. He has been on various technicalexpertise consultancy position with various national and international organizations over the time.

Tahmina Akakhil

Program Officer

Ms. Akakhil is a Business graduate with more than 4 years of experience in managing projects communication, networking, reporting and research. She is well-savvy with efficient utilization of resources and achieving the desire project objectives by her management and teamwork abilities.

Khairya Fazli Maryal

M&E Officer

Ms. Khairya is an active M&E officer with more than 10 years of experience working in the field for project management, data collection and event management.

Donors Worked With

Who We Are?

CCD is a non-political, non-governmental, non- profit, and non-religious Afghan led local organization which provides services for the socioeconomic inclusion of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs) in Afghanistan. Established in March 2004, initially as a project of Handicap International (HI) running till 2007, CCD was then registered as an independent NGO with the ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

Our Vision

CCD envision suitable, equal and fair Afghan communities, where every individual is empowered, respected and having opportunity to fully participate in the society and self-development


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