Afghanistan is one of the poorest country in the world with an ongoing situation of war and insecurity since over the last two decades and a situation of drought since a number of years in many regions of the country.
The home loved and energetic Afghans start volunteer from the beginning to do hard and best service for their needy people, to bring positive change in Afghanistan society
We wish to contribute to a world in which the people are conscious, creative, taking responsibility for themselves and their environment, reaching out in dialogue relating to the others and the world – passionate – curious – empathetic.
Everyone has the right to live free of violence, have access to health services, education and other human right; social services, happy and peaceful Afghanistan.
Spirit of Cooperation:
We will do everything in our power to cooperate with other organizations or individuals to bring about the best possible results for these children. Under no circumstances will we allow our own organization's interests or the interests of any of our members, or the interests of other organizations or individuals, supercede the interest of the children we serve. We will cultivate a spirit of cooperation and not one of competition. None of our projects or programs will be used to political ideas that are contrary to the wishes of the institutions in which we are working.
We provide psycho-social well-being through our community based service and project field work.
We encourage cultural dialogue and facilitate socio-cultural activities, through health education awareness, safe motherhood program, counseling for victimized of GBV, supporting Armed conflict children, harm reduction & detoxification, raising awareness, informal education, vocational training, soft skill training for children and women’s systematically building up the capacity and reducing the poverty to become self-supporter, self-efficacy as important steps towards peace and reconciliation, more focusing in IDPs camps, and the community effected by armed conflict.
We build the capacities of non-governmental organizations and governmental agencies to provide psycho-social care and mental health care services. We develop concepts for organizations that wish to improve the sustainability of their programs by introducing a psycho-social component to their projects as a crosscutting issue.
TABISH approach is compatible with the public mental health model used in the Inter Agency Standing Committee (IASC) Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings. As the Guidelines state, “people are affected in different ways and require different kinds of supports. A key to organizing … psychosocial support is to develop a layered system of complementary support that meets the needs of different groups.
IASC Guidelines on Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings
Level 1: Environment building and providing basic services. TABISH coordinates
with partners and other local organizations, conducts orientations and psycho-education
for families, communities, and front-line workers aimed at identifying and referring
those needing services, and establishes social support groups (youth, parents, women,
Level 2: Reinforcing community and family support. TABISH provides training, supervision and mentoring to build the capacity of community members and frontline workers to undertake screening and provide effective short-term support to individuals and families needing basic emotional support.
Level 3: Non-specialized community based support. Through teams of Community and Classroom-Based Psychosocial Workers and Psychosocial Counselors, TABISH provides services for more vulnerable individuals and families through targeted interventions including: screening/assessment of those needing counseling, therapeutic group work, individual, family and group counseling, structured group interventions (e.g. class-room based intervention for vulnerable children; self-help groups for recovering addicts etc.)
Level 4: Specialized services. TABISH conducts in-depth assessments and establishes a referral mechanism for those in need of specialized mental health/psychiatric care.