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Let's Build Afghanistan Organization (LBAO) is a non- for -profit, non-sectarian and non-political humanitarian organization that was established in early 2009 by a group of Afghan volunteers interested in serving afghan vulnerable people. LBAO is a registered Afghan NGO with Ministry of Economy of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
The aim of LBAO is to provide assistance to the poor people in Afghanistan especially women.
A developed Afghanistan where understanding and accountability for rights and freedoms recognized in the Afghan constitution and responsible Civil Society organizations actively contributing to national development; and a wide pool of educated and skilled people, well-developed socio-economic infrastructures, pro-active civil society and a good governance system; through providing all population with equal opportunities for active participation.
As a well-trusted organization, LBAO contributes effectively and efficiently in Afghanistan development process through strengthening socio-economic status, improving sustainability of livelihoods, delivery of basic social services, promotion of Human Rights, strengthening of social rights, creating learning opportunities for young generation, strengthening the civil society and elimination of gender disparity in all levels of society, with special focus on rural areas aiming to empower women and to help in the reconstruction of Afghanistan supported by the international community.
A qualified, trustable and standard civil society organization, that contributes in social, cultural and economical rehabilitation in Afghanistan, through providing basic services in Livelihoods, Women Empowerment, Civil Society Strengthening, Health, Agriculture, Education and Infrastructure sectors.
LBAO mainly targets the poorest and most marginalized people in Afghanistan living in rural and urban communities especially women, the disadvantaged majority in Afghan society and vulnerable groups especially children and people with disability.