About Afghanistan National Re-Construction Co-ordination (ANCC)
Afghanistan National Re-Construction Co-ordination (ANCC) is professionally managed committed Afghan, non-governmental, non-political and non-profit development oriented organization established for the rehabilitation and re-construction of Afghanistan. It was established in 1994 to meet the dire needs of vulnerable Afghan refugees and internally displaced families at the time of civil war and factional fighting followed by Soviet Union’s invasion of the country and troops withdrawal in early 1990’s. Earlier it was registered with UN coordination body for Afghanistan in Pakistan and later ANCC was registered with Ministry of Economy under registration number 117. Its main area of work is community development with participatory approaches.
ANCC head office is located in Kandahar city with liaison office in Kabul. For successful outreach and effective implementation of projects in target areas it has provincial offices in Tarin Kot city of Uruzgan, Zaranj city of Nimroz, Qalat city of Zabul and branch offices in districts of Nimroz, Uruzgan, Zabul, Hilmand and Kandahar. ANCC has experienced staff, well versed with local areas, their cultures and social norms with strong community relations including tribal elders, shuras and government authorities. ANCC successfully implemented many projects in reconstruction, agriculture/irrigation, feeder roads rehabilitation, food security, emergency relief, water and sanitation, education/vocational training/capacity building and other social welfare development sectors.
ANCC will work together with its stakeholder to establish peaceful and stable societies by playing its part in education, agriculture, food security, capacity building and community development through right based and sustainable approaches