Since 2012, BRD as part of the Let’s Do It! World Cleanup has mobilized local communities in #Afghanistan to participate in its World Cleanup Day. On September 19th, Let’s Do It Afghanistan organised a physical cleanup in Afghanistan where a total of 300 youth and civil society activists has been engaged,Due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, BRD also promoted virtual and a Digital Cleanup Day on April 22nd & September 19th with reaching and mobilising more than 1500 participants through our social medial and networks to be e effort to decrease our digital waste & digital carbon footprint. We wish to encourage you to continually engage in these routine digital cleanups of your devices by following these simple steps:
We are pleased to share with you information on our free 5 month distance learning course on Conflict Analysis & Peacebuilding for relevant professionals in Afghanistan! If you’re interested, please read through the criteria on the course flyer and fill out the following application form by the deadline of September 10th!
We would also appreciate if you could share this with others in your respective networks. We look forward to virtually meeting you!
Kabul, April 19, 2020;
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on 22ndApril 2020, the Bureau for Rights Based Development (BRD), has planned to launch its advocacy event Community Action Against Plastic in Afghanistan, but due to the covid-19 pandemic and the need for physical distancing and lack down, the event has been canceled.
However, BRD will continue to engage with its partners, collaborator and target groups to celebrate 50th Anniversary of Earth Day digitally, by sending call for action to all for to taking simple action, which have positive impact on our environment, during this pandemic.
BRD will be joining the Lets Do It World for first ever digital cleanup day to celebrates the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on 22nd of April 2020!For the average citizen waste is often invisible, once it leaves our households, we don’t see it anymore. There is one type of waste that is invisible inside our own houses though -it’s the digital waste.