A group of youths were active since 1992 doing volunteer work in Afghan refugee camps in Pakistan but after seven years of sporadic works they decided to get organized which resulted in foundation of a humanitarian organization. Humanitarian Assistance for the Women and Children of Afghanistan (HAWCA) was established in January 1999 by a group of youth Afghan women and men. HAWCA's establishment was motivated by the despair and devastation suffered by Afghan women and children as victims of war and injustice in Afghanistan and as refugees in Pakistan. Living under the same conditions and experiencing the same misery as millions of Afghans in Afghanistan and in Pakistan during the civil war, the leading members of HAWCA committed to achieving their aims and objectives as volunteers, and devoted their efforts to improving the lives of Afghans under difficult circumstances, from the era of Taliban domination to today's insecure Afghanistan. HAWCA encourages the active participation of Afghan women and youth in the reconstruction and development processes of their country, and works in partnership with institutions and organizations that focus on just development in Afghanistan.
About the project:
Since 2009 HAWCA opened a Legal Aid Center for Female Victims of Violence in Herat and Kabul City. The second phase of the project is going to start in Jun 2014. In this center there will be two lawyers who will be well experienced with the help of under graduate law students/ practicing lawyers will provide legal advice and assistance for women and girls who are victims of domestic and sexual violence and harmful practices. This legal center will also provide legal trainings to the recently graduated law students and other women and girls. The content of the trainings for law students will be more focused on how to deal with their clients to gain their trust and help them out. Other professional trainings will be also provided to them. We will also have trainings for other women and girls. These trainings will include the women rights in Afghanistan constitution, International law etc. the trainers of these trainings will be law professionals and lecturers from law faculty of university. Besides this the legal aid center will try to establish a close coordination and relation with other organizations that provide legal aid and advice to females. Another part of the project
- Be present during official time according the project schedule (08:00 to 04:00 PM) or other seasonal timing.
- Report to your assigned Project Manager
- Responsible to be present by schedule.
- Responsible to protect the main gate
- Without the permission of the manager or the main office he should not allow anyone to enter the center.
- All the materials should be register and control while they are carried outside the Center.
- The guard must recognize the person entering the Center otherwise he must inform the manager immediately.
- Responsible to register guests and other visitors in register book.
- To check all the four side of the building every night
- Must lock the entrance gate always
- As per the security timetable regularly every night they should guard the building and look the four sides of the building
- In case of any security problem he must report to the manager of the Center.
- Is responsible for switch on and off of the generator
- Responsible to control electricity, gas, and other important materials.
- Must give daily report of his activities to the manager of the Center.
Organization: Humanitarian Assistance for the Women and Children of
Duration : 12 Months
No.Post : 3
Gender : male
Nationality : Afghan
- Good knowledge of Dari and Pashto. Knowing English is an advantage.
- Must know the basic security procedure
- Have at least 6 months of experience in the field
All the Candidates should send their CVs to the main office House No. 1137/P, Silo Pump Street, Khushal Khan Mina, District 5, Kabul Afghanistan or to the following email address email@example.com , firstname.lastname@example.org .please mention the job Vacancy Number you are applying in the subject line of the email.