Afghanistan Rehabilitation and Educational Program “AREP” has established in 1994 as an independent non-governmental, non-profit organization, AREP's learning experience as a development organization comes from its working association with communities in different areas of Afghanistan. More importantly, the development and growth of the organization have been through an evolutionary process. AREP is registered with the Ministry of Economy and member of Education international, ACBAR, ANCB and DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S (The International Award for Young People). AREP has implemented many projects in 34 provinces of Afghanistan for women, Youth, and children.
AREP’s vision is healthy, educated, secure and prosperous communities that respect the rights of women, value transparency and use technology to improve their standard of living.
AREP’s core values include:
• Commitment to Mission
• Equal Opportunity
• Gender Sensitivity
The mission of the Afghanistan Rehabilitation and Educational Program is to create the highest level of positive impact on Afghan society by providing formal and informal education, capacity building and income generation support interventions for women, children, men and youth using community-based approaches to rehabilitate and empower.