WISE tackles underlying causes of poverty, education, economy development so that people can become self-sufficient. Recognizing women and children suffrage disproportionately from poverty and reason behind, WISE places special emphasis on working with women to create permanent social change. Women are at the heart of WISE community-based efforts to improve basic education, prevent being endangered, increase access to justice, expand economic opportunity and protect natural resources.
The WISE vision is to transform how societies respond to crime and conflict from what is today into something works better for victims, offenders, and communities. WISE –Org hopes by the implementation of a successful project and through strategies for accomplishing this goal include providing for party-to-party encounters, providing for encounters between the parties with the assistance of a facilitator and when needed, providing outside authorities to decide on how restoration and resolution can best be sought.
WISE is dedicated to securing basic education for all. Experience shows that learning attacks poverty at its roots. Educated people can make thoughtful and informed decisions that will positively affect their lives, their families, their communities and their world. Mothers are more likely to have healthier children and higher incomes. Today we work alongside communities, governments and partner organizations at many levels to address all aspects of basic education. Our inclusive approaches include training teachers and other school personnel to improve the quality of education; linking education programs to interventions in health, nutrition and livelihoods to better address reasons why children are out of school; involving communities in assessing and overcoming their unique barriers to learning; and conducting broad campaigns that promote the right to education for all people.
WISE crosscutting initiatives span across the breadth of our program sectors to tackle the underlying causes of hunger and place special emphasis on working with women and girls to create lasting social change. For example, the support for social change Initiative uses the convening power of support of as a vehicle to minimize the effects of poverty on youth while working to advance gender equality, develop life skills, promote health education, provide psychosocial support and create income-generating activities.
WISE provides capacity building and developing entrepreneurial Themes. Using an applicator structure and paves the way for women and girls to recognize and achieve their needs effectively, and promote their working capacity. From the very beginning, the WISE is being offered such capacity building as part of its core values and within the framework of the Applicable Laws of Afghanistan. This component assists impoverished families by supporting moneymaking activities through their social enterprises. Wise initiates community savings-and-loan programs and provides technical training to help people begin or expand small businesses that will increase family income.
The main goal of this component is to build and strengthen the research for extension of the overall goal of WISE to be aligned with Afghanistan’s main challenge areas related to the mandate of foundation and its strategic plan. The research would be consisted capacity building, educational program, human rights, entrepreneurship, family planning that will be applied in the most efficiency and profitability in center of cities, rural communities, program to advance fundamental research and coordinate opportunities to build on these discoveries at support the foundation aim in targeted high-priority areas.
Human right is one of the most areas of the WISE focus for technical assistance help to improve the recognition of the fundamental role of women. Particularly to reduce poverty, strengthening the protection of women and measures to address violence against women and gender discrimination in conflict and post-conflict situations, reform efforts to improve and promote gender-sensitive policies with emphasis on public policies and the greater involvement of women in decision-making processes. Educating women on basic rights and legal literacy, such as public access to justice and advocacy support, creating a community of practice groups to discuss, clarify and strategic on the key issues and options relating to the gender, human rights.
Protection of the child is in the prior area of WISE mandate and aim to effectively work on this intervention to build on the strengths of a child and their caregiver, as well as taking into consideration the ways threats and opportunities vary according to demographics, social, cultural, and environmental contexts.
One of the components that WISE Organization intensively pay attention is advocacy as the mission of NGO to empower women for dynamic change from all aspects and always look out for avenues of advocacy to enable women to participate. Enrich the atmosphere for women in the social decision-makings and develop a fostered development in such a way that empowers them to become productive members of society and entrepreneurs for strengthening and supporting government policies that promote the growth of women at all levels. Enhance the active participation of women, both national and global economies, working to improve the conditions of those in need of help.
This peer-to-peer exchange with donor funding to increase mutual understanding necessary for comprehending the real needs of Afghanistan population. Fostering relations with government bodies is aimed through positive advocacy methods at social level and human growth that is respectful to environmental and cultural variety and capable of protecting common assists to ensure that greater peace and prosperity is maintained in all provinces equally.
Afghanistan weak governance is characterized by lack of transparency, poor public accountability mechanism, and limited society participation. The impact of weak governance is the high rate of corruption, poverty, poor public service delivery, lack of distrust between society and the government and this has been caused by high rate corruption, and corruption is the greatest obstacle to global economic and social development. Economically, corruption has been depleted wealth in the country, increased inequality, hindered for entrepreneurship and acted as an investment barrier. Therefore, WISE is working in this area in order to fight against corruption to protect the society from further destroy public order and erode societal trust in society’s and aim to strengthen voice and engagement of youth, civil society activists, civil society organization, mass-journalist, community leaders in anti-corruption actions and initiatives in Herat- West Region of Afghanistan.
Access to information is a fundamental right enshrined in a democratic country and a declaration of human rights, and critical for the exercise of basic socio-economic and political rights. Often in our societies, it is the most vulnerable and marginalized populations who suffer the greatest due to limited access to information, and this is particularly true for women. As various tools are applied to address the web of adversities facing women — poverty, illiteracy, violence, and inadequate opportunities for quality participation — the insufficient focus has been paid to the power that information can play in confronting these challenges. Therefore, WISE committed to empowers women to make decisions that are more effective. (F.g. with relation to education, crop production, land ownership, and health care. enables women to understand and exercise their full range of rights; helps women to participate more fully in public life; bridges gender gaps and helps to shift power in decision-making processes; and can link women with the needed resources for achieving economic empowerment. Ultimately, through exercising their right to information, women will be able to more fully enjoy their socio-economic rights in meaningful and transformative ways.
WISE aims to address issues of marginalization, gender discrimination and violation of human rights among rural and indigenous women, using the government’s obligation to implement the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW) as a basis for these women to demand accountability of the government to realize their human rights. The component on rural and indigenous women will conduct. 1) baseline research and bench-marking of CEDAW implementation as it relates to rural and indigenous women, 2) advocacy for adoption of gender-responsive policies, programs, structures and other measures for rural and indigenous women, and 3) capacity-building of rural and indigenous women’s groups and other stakeholders in the fulfillment of women’s human rights.
WISE aims to work on women’s political participation for post-election intergenerational dialogues to promote women’s political participation and to increased involvement in governance and democratic processes by women in a key position and decision-making process. WISE advocates and maintain dialogue opportunities on new strategies for domesticating affirmative action and implement a new work plan. In addition, it involves community-based women’s organizations to mobilize women across generations to join political parties and contest elections in states where there has been some progress. In the longer term, WISE wishes to contribute to increasing the proportion of women elected to political positions.
Women’s participation in decision-making, leadership, entrepreneurial, access to rights is important as a right in itself. Priorities and strengths resulting from their life experiences, which are often different from men’s. Private sector businesses that have female leaders tend to deliver stronger financial performance. In all development programming, we will promote women’s decision-making, whether by seeking to ensure equal participation by women and men on community committees supporting our programs. WISE will support women’s enterprise, women-led organizations, networks and coalitions wherever possible, particularly those giving a voice to marginalized groups such as women with disabilities, indigenous women or young women and girls. It is important that we ensure women participate, recognizing women can be powerful agents for change. Building gender equality into reconstruction efforts can help to ensure peace that is more lasting.
WISE is emphasizing on health care education through different approaches to support for most vulnerable children and females living in a risky environment in the West region to respond in the family planning and standard operating procedures, providing an opportunity for important advocacy work or technical assistance. WISE support will be handled in consultation with of Ministry of Health team as appropriate.
WISE launching peacebuilding & conflict resolution programs for youths in different communities to bring people together to build communities coexistence in a range of participative for social change.
WISE is work in the area of agricultural programs for formers to strengths the community livelihood sustainability based on the standard hence in cultivating fruits, and marketing processes to create vast opportunities for women and men to make a profit to end hunger and the alleviation of poverty.
WISE with the partnership of the Female Journalist Association conduct professional capacity enhancement programs for female journalists to help faster foundations for enhanced their skills on how to provide accurate reporting and enabling the environment for them to have more powerful journalists to overcome any complex challenges report news for the audience.
WISE launch vocational training programs for females and males to enhance their manpower skills and provision of technical knowledge to create livelihood opportunities for them to establish their social enterprise and economic development for their self-reliance economically.