The aftermath of the regime change in Afghanistan has disturbed all facets of the country, particularly its economic stability.
The profound transformation witnessed not only affected the nation but also altered the destiny of its people. Particularly since the Taliban assumed control, life has become notably more challenging for women and girls. Numerous aspirations for this marginalized segment of society, stripped of their social rights, have now become nothing more than distant dreams.
Certainly, the impact of the regime change wasn't limited to a specific demographic. The economic instability it ushered in brought forth various challenges, including issues like unemployment and a shortage of cash flow.
To address the cascading challenges posed by transformative changes, IBC has initiated the Vocational & Educational Community Center (VECC) in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan. The aim is to empower the Afghan people with new skills and opportunities for self-improvement.
The Vocational & Educational Community Center (VECC) aims to create a new employment area for Afghan people thanks to the training they receive in the future, from tailoring & embroidery to carpet weaving; from carpentry to literacy; It is planned to provide services in many areas from foreign languages to computer training.
IBC seeks to showcase its extensive prior experience, notably with The Vocational & Educational Community Center (VECC) in Afghanistan, through collaborative efforts with Afghan partners. The organization endeavors to enhance societal development through vocational training activities at the soon-to-be-operational VECC. The primary goal is to reintegrate both girls and boys, fostering their inclusion into society.
The objective is to directly benefit over a hundred individuals through training sessions conducted in two phases within the vicinity of The Vocational & Educational Community Center (VECC).