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Loy Kandahar Reconstruction Organization

LKRO (Loy Kandahar Reconstruction Organization) is a nationally established non-governmental organization (NGO) operating in Afghanistan. Founded in 1992 and holding Ministry of Economy License No. 183, LKRO is an active member of both ACBAR (Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief & Development) and SWABAC (Social Welfare Agencies and Bodies Association of Afghanistan) NGOs Coordinating Bodies.

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Support to public schools of Helmand & Zabul Provinces, Southern Region

LKRO empowers the individuals, communities, grassroots civil society organizations and promotes gender equity by improving development indicators pertaining to poverty reduction, WASH, health, education, human rights, environment and livelihood support to individuals and /or families who are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. To know more about the SSP Project Conducted by LKRO, Click read more.

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The construction and repairing works of 86 public schools in Helmand and 61 public schools

The construction and repairing efforts undertaken in Helmand and Zabul provinces have resulted in a significant milestone for education infrastructure development. A total of 86 public schools in Helmand and an additional 61 public schools in Zabul have not only been successfully completed but have also undergone comprehensive improvements and upgrades. These initiatives encompassed a broad spectrum of activities aimed at enhancing the overall educational landscape in these regions.

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Vision & Mission

LKRO is envisioned to move towards a nation and country, where people can live together peacefully in a democratic society, with respect for each other’s culture and religion, a country where there are more equal social, economic and cultural rights for men and women of present and future generations.

About LKRO

LKRO is a national NGO established in 1992 and registered with Ministry of Economy under License No.183 and is an active member of ACBAR and SWABAC NGOs Coordinating Bodies.

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