National Solidarity Program (NSP)

National Solidarity Program (NSP)

National Solidarity Program (NSP)

2011 – present

Accord Worldwide is Facilitating Partner (FP) for the National Solidarity Program (NSP) in six districts of Uruzgan, which includes sub-project design and capacity-building activities at community level. NSP is the largest development programme in Afghanistan, funded by World Bank through Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development(MRRD) Afghanistan. Through this programme,  Accord worldwide has gained first-hand experience in the community development and has identified best practices to overcome security-related obstacles and other challenges. Accord Worldwide delivers services in the security-challenged provinces of Uruzgan. The firm also ensures to develop initiatives targeting the public infrastructure and human capital sectors, in order to create public benefits, enhance government service delivery and to increase household income.

Main activities of the programme are:

  • Conducting need assessment
  • Feasibility and facilitation study
  • Identification and categorization of the villages
  • Forming of Shuras (CDCs)
  • Establishing developmental plans
  • Implementation of the planned projects

The projects and sub-projects consisted of different types of projects such as infrastructure projects, water supply and sanitation, power supply, irrigation system, construction of intakes, water canals, and provision of transportation facilities.

The purpose of this program is to create an environment that encourages local communities to take an active role in their own economic development and ability to secure income-generation possibilities. Accord Worldwide has addressed and accommodated sensitivities of communities’ culture and religious concerns. With this team, Accord Worldwide will make pragmatic decisions to support the development of the communities that will lead to successful implementation and strong results on the ground, bringing benefit to the people and a strong success to Afghan government.

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