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  • 1984
    Peshawar, Pakistan: DACAAR is started as an embroidery project
  • 1987
    Improving shallow wells with concrete, Nasir BaghCamp, Pakistan
  • 1988
    Hand-pump factory, Lathe, Pakistan
  • 1989
    Rehabilitation of Irrigation Canals – Salar District of Ghazni province, Afghanistan
  • 1990
    The Urgun-sorobi road construction, Afghanistan
  • 1991
    Communities contribute to the establishment of shallow wells, Kunar province, Afghanistan
  • 1992
    Returning refugees, Khost province, Afghanistan
  • 1993
    Student attend a class in newly restored school building – Hawz-e-Karbas, Herat province, Afghanistan
  • 1994
    DACAAR installed hand-pump in a returnee camp in Herat province, Afghanistan
  • 1995
    Re-construction of 800 year old Malan Bridge completed by DACAAR, Herat province, Afghanistan
  • 1996
    DACAAR senior agronomist in Ghazni province, providing farmers with advice on their apple orchards.
  • 1997
    A former is supported with improved wheat seeds, as part of DACAAR's wheat and rice seed multiplication efforts in Tormai Ghazni province, Afghanistan
  • 1998
    Pruning the new plants at a nursery in Jaji, Paktia province.
  • 1999
    Pump mechanics during a technical monitoring visit to Kabul.
  • 2000
    DACAAR delivers its hygiene messages through schools for better and effective results.
  • 2001
    Local communities take part in a project implemented by DACAAR for the rehabilitation schools.
  • 2002
    Supporting sustainable developments in rural areas through involvement of the local population in the planning and implementation of projects and activities.
  • 2003
    DACAAR's Rural Development Programme (RDP) support farmers with improved wheat varieties.
  • 2004
    As a facilitating partner to National Solidarity Programme (NSP), DACAAR supported male and female community development councils in prioritising their needs.
  • 2005
    DACAAR Sewing Centre registered as "Zardozi" an independent NGO in Afghanistan.
  • 2006
    The National Solidarity Program (NSP)aimed at improving livelihoods by promoting community level governance.
  • 2007
    DACAAR WatSan programme helps people in accessing and using safe water.
  • 2008
    DACAAR implemented irrigation canals lead water from a faraway source to villages to ensure improved agriculture.
  • 2009
    Vocational training in areas such as carpentry, tailoring, embroidery and welding contributes to raising income level and diversifying rural economies.
  • 2010
    Saffron: one of DACAAR’s most successful natural resource management projects to improve rural livelihood.
  • 2011
    To help ensure food security, DACAAR provides goats for the poorest families, enabling them to produce milk and cheese.
  • 2012
    More then 200,000 new beneficiaries benefited from DACAAR's newly constructed waterpoints in 8 province of Afghanistan
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