Coordination and Partnership

LSO has been working in coordination with government and non-government stakeholders. LSO has been actively engaged with Ministry of Women Affair, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Information and Culture, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock and National Environmental Protection Agency. LSO has been an active member of UN GBV clusters and technical working groups including Afghan Women Network, Civil Society Working Group and Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA) in Afghanistan. LSO’s role has been recognized by various national and international stakeholders as below.

  1. MoU signed with Ministry of Women Affair,
  2. MOU signed with Afghanistan Intellectual Social Council,
  3. MoU signed with Ministry of Public Health,
  4. MoU signed with Ministry of Labour and Social Affair
  5. MoU signed with Danner Afghanistan for Women Empowerment Organization,
  6. MoU signed with International Psycho-Social Organization
  7. LSO won energy globe award for its great work in Band-e-Amir Northern Plateau.
  8. LSO has been recognized among the top 5 prominent national organization working on women rights issues with the Ministry of Women Affair.
  9. In first Promote Musharikat National Summit on 27th June 2018, H.E. U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan John Bass recognized LSO one of the reputed organizations in implementing USAID funded projects in Afghanistan. See the details in the following link:

LSO worked/ing with many donors including AKF, Asia Foundation/ PBGF, US Embassy/ ASGP, UN WOMEN, UNDP, SO, USAID Promote Musharikat and Counterpart International and government departments like DoWA, Department of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (DoRRD), Governor office of Daikundi Province, and Civil Society Organization like Afghan Intellectual Social Council (AISC) and got appreciation letters due to its loyal efforts, accountability, and transparency. You can click to see letter of appreciations and certificates.


1.UN WOMEN Afghanistan:

UN WOMEN Afghanistan Country Office, EVAW Special Fund has made it possible for LSO to work in prevention and protection projects: protection of women and girls who are at risk or survivors of violence through operation of Women Protection Center (WPC) from Mar 1, 2014- Feb 28, 2017 and prevention project by enhancing capacity of 600 youth through conducting awareness raising training on women rights, human rights, youth civil rights, and advocacy in 4 districts of Daikundi province, Afghanistan.

  2. UNDP/GEF Small Grant Programme:

UNDP Afghanistan Country Office, GEF Small Grant Program supported LSO to plant indigenous trees (wild almond and cherry) on the mountains areas in Abuka, and Tagaw Ghar Villages, Waras District, Bamyan province from June, 2014-June 2016. Through this project, LSO pitted 3000 gully plugs, 300 watersheds with soil banding and stone banding on the mountains to prevent flood and snow avalanche; as result, the soil erosion reduced and snow and raining water increased underground water; finally, led to improved environment, greenery, and natural resources. This also improved agricultural lands and enhanced the harvests of cultivation. Part of this project, LSO also raised public awareness  on the benefits of forestry in order to convince community for forest protection and management in Bamyan Province, Afghanistan

3. Counterpart International:

Counterpart International, ACEP through partnership with USAID granted LSO a project named Promoting Government Accountability and Transparency and Elimination of Corruption in Daikundi, Ghor and Bamyan provinces from July, 2015 – Jan, 2016. LSO enhanced youth advocacy and oversight capacity to fight corruption,  and enhanced public awareness  on the negative consequences of corruption on their life through advocacy campaigns and radio round-table.

4. AKF:

Agha Khan Foundation (AKF), an agency of Agha Khan Development Network (AKDN), for Empowerment of Civil Society Organization supported LSO in terms of organizational capacity building particularly staffs capacity building on Human Resources, Finance, Procurement, and Project Cycle Management within a three year fellowship project from 2012 to 2014.  Part of this fellowship, LSO successfully implemented two projects encompassing a 6 months English Training Course, Capacity Building Support to DoWA staffs in Daikundi province and an exposure visit to India.  In capacity building to DoWA , LSO established a resource center equipped it with books, and internet lab and trained  DoWA staffs on resource management and maintenance.

5.Asia Foundation/ Performance Based Governance Fund:

Asia Foundation Afghanistan Country Office through Performance Based Governance Fund granted LSO a 4 month English Language and Computer Training Courses in 8 districts of Daikundi province. About 700 youth (340 femlae and 360 male) participated in the English Course.

6.US Embassy/ Ambassador Small Grant Program

Ambassador Small Grant Program (ASGP) to Support Gender Equality in Afghanistan granted LSO a Handcraft and Embroidery Project for 75 widowed women in Daikundi Province. (Grant Completion Certificate) is at:

7. USAID-Promote Musharikat

USAID-Promote Musharikat funded LSO a project “Promote advocacy skills and capacity of Musharikat provincial VAW sub-coalition to eliminate violence against women in Daikundi province” from Jan, 21st – Oct, 21st, 2017.   The project aims to strengthen advocacy skills among existing and new Musharikat coalition members within Daikundi province in order to engage them to promote implementation of EVAW Law and raise awareness on women’s rights with a range of stakeholders.

8. ICSSCP-French Embassy

ICSSCP-French Embassy funded LSO a project being ” Promote mutual relations between community and government institutions and improve local services delivery in Daikundi province”

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