The Afghanistan Institute of Rural Development was first established under the name of the Golzar Training Center and then founded in 1335 with an area of 55 hectares of land in the Chahar asiab district of Kabul Province
Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program (AREDP) over the years while working for overall Enterprise development in five provinces, has consciously involved more women in its program.
The national Rural Water Supply, Sanitation and Irrigation Programme (Ru-WatSIP) was created in 2003 by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD).
The Regional Programs Coordination Office (RPCO) was established in 2007, as one of the largest rural support programs in terms of scope and operation working across the county in MRRD.
National rural access program is a big and key program of Islamic republic of Afghanistan, National Emergency Employment Program (NEEP) was launched in 2002, aiming to increase access to rural infrastructure for local communities and to provide employment opportunities for rural labors.
LITACA-ll offers capacity development opportunities for the local governments, civil society and private sector organizations to sustainably manage local socio-economic development.
The Citizens’ Charter National Priority Program (CCNPP) was officially launched by the President of Afghanistan, Dr. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, in September 2016, immediately after the preliminary design and planning was completed.
The Afghanistan Sustainable Energy for Rural Development (ASERD) programme developed by MRRD and UNDP builds on the existing efforts to provide energy to rural areas of Afghanistan.