Who We Are
ECW at a Glance:
Empowerment Center for Women (ECW) is a woman led organization established in 1997 working for the women, girls and children empowerment in Afghanistan. ECW thematically delivers services and implemented 141 projects in Gender development, Education, Child Protection, Access to Justice, Good governance, Food security and Nutrition, and Organizational development sectors. The major donors of ECW are EU, USAID, Global Affairs Canada, Asia Development Bank and UN in the projects specially designed for the empowerment of women and girls. ECW has 20 years’ experience in north, northeast, southeast and eastern provinces and implemented 82% of its projects in education, child protection, food security through Capacity building, Advocacy, Community outreach, Networking, Accountability and community-based protection mechanisms.
To support the expansion of assets and capabilities of Afghan women to participate in, negotiate with, influence, control and hold accountable institutions that affect their lives.
ECW has Six Strategic goals through which ECW has been working. The 2016-2020 Strategic Goals are:
What We Have Done
ECW gratefully acknowledges its donors for their generous support of our work