Afghan Women Welfare and Development Association (AWWDA) is non-profit organization that works for the empowerment of Afghan women and girls. Our goal is to create strong network of women peacebuilders around the world. Together we can create strong community of young grassroots peacebuilders who can bring change to our community and build equal Afghanistan.
Benefits and Responsibilities
As a member of AWWDA you will receive the following benefits:
Social Contribution: If you are actively work/volunteer in AWWDA work, it will help you to make a positive contribution in the growth and development of Afghan society.
Professional Development: While being member of AWWDA, you will gain more experience on the implementation of Women, Peace and Security and Youth, peace and Security agendas.
Bigger Strategy: You will get the chance to work and build your strategy on both large scales and for a longer period of time.
Better Networking: You will get a chance to build your network with influential people in Afghanistan, at the regional level and at the international levels.
Leadership Skills: As part of AWWDA member, you will not only gain leadership skills, you will get a chance to be staff of AWWDA too.
Culture Understanding: You will gain experience working with different people with different background. Which will increase your ability to adapt to different culture demands and behavioral expectation. This will also impact your ability to handle sensitive situations
As we would have different projects and events so your duties and responsibilities would vary for different projects. In below is the list of general duties that a volunteer would have.
Promoting and Advertising about AWWDA through different platforms: Volunteers promote the goals of our programs by helping with marketing campaigns. This can include creating posters, setting up for events, and updating blogs or websites with new information to help encourage people to attend.
Delivering presentations and information sessions: Volunteers will speak with the public about relevant topics and provide as much information as they can.
Delivering different workshops for capacity building: Volunteers will set up different peace building and capacity building workshops and forums especially for youths.