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To increase mid-career employment opportunities for Afghan men and women by improving the quality of market driven financial management and employability skills, ACE trained 480 private sector employees and jobseekers, while helped 315 of them with finding better jobs. 25% of the beneficiaries were female.
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DAI is implementing a US funded project aimed at Assisting the legislative bodies of Afghanistan (ALBA). DAI contracted ACE to train the parliamentary staff of Afghanistan Senate in the fundamentals of project life cycle and to help them learn project management skills as well team...
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World Food Programme (WFP) is fighting against global hunger. For this mission, WFP’s employs about 430 staff in 6 different cities of Afghanistan. Since 2014, WFP Afghanistan has been subjected to reduction in funds and hence unable to retain all of its current staff in...
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ACE was contracted by the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) to develop and deliver a demand driven and need based project cycle management training for their staff in regional offices of Afghanistan.
ACE delivered a 3-day training on project cycle management for about 18 of the...
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To increase mid-career employment opportunities for Afghan men and women by improving their project management and employability skills ACE trained 310 private sector employees and jobseekers helping 70% of them with finding better jobs. 25% of the beneficiaries were female....
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The goal of this short term project with ACE was to build the capacity of DM-TVET (Deputy Ministry of Technical and Vocational Education and Training) staff with fundamental understanding of Strategic Planning & Report Writing, in order to better fulfill the needs of the DM-TVET.
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Tetra-Tech “TT” is implementing the Women Leadership Development component of the USAID funded PROMOTE project in Afghanistan. ACE is contracted by TT to train 225 female participants aged 18 – 30 in Herat province.
ACE trained 225 participants on soft skills, management skills, leadership skills, social...
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The International Rescue Committee (IRC), started work in Afghanistan in 1988 and provides vital support to Afghans who have endured three decades of violent conflict as well as natural disasters.
Afghanistan Center for Excellence (ACE) was tasked by IRC Afghanistan to conduct six different trainings in...
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To build the capacity of WIE, a TOT was conducted for 16 regional trainers who were all female on the following topics: CV writing, cover letter writing, interviewing skills, job search, networking skills and work-related ethics in Kabul. This program was expected to continue in...
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In 2013, ACE assisted five selected businesses in producing their own business plans including technical assistance in marketing and promotional, supply (collection, contract farming and more) and distribution plans as well as financial projections. ACE also conducted an evaluation of the SME manager’s business skills....
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