Advocacy to end violence against Afghan women is closely linked with the elimination of discrimination, which in turn, is necessary to achieve full equality between Afghan men and women.
AWWDA advocacy is designed to change systems on behalf of an individual victim of violence in the courts or within the community. AWWDA’s advocacy means efforts to change policy and practice at the local, national or international level; to change the situation for groups of individuals who share similar problem.
AWWDA main areas of advocacy are the following:
AWWDA provides strategic advise to senior leadership on Women, Peace and Security Agenda and strengthening the capacity of all grassroots civil society organizations working for WPS agenda in Afghanistan.
AWWDA Provides strategic advice to senior leadership on Youth, Peace and Security Agenda and strengthening the capacity building of all grassroots civil society organizations working on YPA agenda in Afghanistan.
AWWDA advocates for the effective involvement of Afghan women and girls in climate change mitigation by using renewable energy toolkit.
Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights
AWWDA advocate for the engagement of youth, especially young women by implementing Access to Knowledge & Youth Training program in relation to their SRHR.