After 35 years of war in Afghanistan, the country's non-governmental organization (NGO) sector has not had the opportunity to mature and develop to its potential. Due to decades of conflict, the need for international aid and development funds far exceeded the funds available. Furthermore, as Afghanistan enters a new stage of development, new methods of assessment to ensure the inclusion of all members of society are required. At DELTA we are working on capacity building in Afghanistan. We integrate and promote quality and sustainability of rehabilitation service in selected districts of Kandahar province through building the capacities of communities and health providers. DELTA is focusing on training and one-on-one consultations with local organizations. Training workshops are designed to teach local organizations best practices in administration and operations and provide tools, case studies and methodologies. In addition these workshops encourage discussion, idea generation and coordination between local organizations as well as with governmental agencies.


Thirty years of conflict and political unrest destroyed the Afghan education system. In 2001, after the fall of the Taliban, net enrollment was estimated at 43 percent for boys and a dismal 3 percent for girls. The situation for females was especially dire: they had been forbidden to attend school or teach during Taliban rule. Moreover, there were only about 21,000 (largely under-educated) teachers for a school-age population estimated at more than 5 million—or about 240 students for every marginally trained teacher. Recognizing that education would play a vital role in the reconstruction and development of Afghanistan, DELTA launched since 2005 a series of education programs aimed at providing access and quality education to Afghan students at all levels. To accommodate Afghanistan's fragile and fluid situation, these DELTA education programs had broad objectives underpinned by principles of participation, coordination among donors and with government agencies, and a focus on females. Specifically, these programs aimed to reconstruct the education sector.


DELTA has been working in Afghanistan since 1992, providing aid services to people who have suffered for generations. Poverty, war, natural disasters and drug trafficking have all contributed to the anguish of the Afghan people. Nearly 3 million people in Afghanistan are affected by a drought that has caused crops to fail, leaving many in a constant struggle to feed their children and families. DELTA is working hand in hand with public and private partners to help avert a child hunger crisis. Parents need support to buy food for their children as they cannot depend on fall harvests to feed their families. DELTA is advancing a plan to temporarily employ parents of children in need on projects to improve local reservoirs, agricultural canals and other critical drought-related projects. DELTA struggles together with people and government agencies in Kandahar province to eradicate poverty and injustice in the region. We provide emergency assistance in disasters and work for long-term development in local communities. In order to address the root causes of poverty, we advocate for just decisions by public authorities, business and religious leaders.



At DELTA, we need your contribution in any form. You can participate in the rehabilitation process directly or indirectly by helping us in many ways. We desperately need more resources to make our work consistently on and later expand our wings to more geographic areas and more projects to bring in more rehabilitation and relief services which can further turn into significant prosperity in Afghanistan. Our work and our projects are incomplete without help from you and we make big with your small help. You can help DELTA in following ways;

* Be a Volunteer
* Donate us Food and Material
* Donate us New or Used Piece of Material
* Your Cash Donations


Since we have limited human resources and expertise in Afghanistan and at DELTA, we cannot afford too many staff on paid salaries, so we seek volunteer workers of any trade. You can contribute DELTA in rehabilitation process in Afghanistan, being a volunteer worker at our projects. You can donate your skills & expertise, your time or even valuable ideas to contribute with us. All we need your valued and exclusive contribution at our projects. You can play any role according to your expertise, you can be project planner or a worker cleaning roads, or an engineer who can work at our projects, we need your valued time and skills at all levels. Please send your resume, clearly mentioning your specific work and your decision to work as volunteer, kindly send resume at our email address for your deputation at our project.


You can help us in continue growth efforts carried by DELTA vide several rehabilitation programs in Afghanistan.
You can donate Food and Food items in Afghanistan.
Hunger and drought related relief services are desperately needed by us to extend our project arena and geography to other regions in Afghanistan. You can you send us food items of any kind, backed, tinned, packed, beverages, chocolates, Cereals, fresh fruits, dry fruits, sugar, tea or whatever you believe can be fed into local Afghan communities. You are requested to please check expiry date of food items before sending to us.


Funds are needed at crucial to accomplish our large scale projects, We are thankful for our kind donors for their regular financial help which made us operating and working for rehabilitation work in Afghanistan. However we always need more funds to address our projects in details, as well as extend our projects scopes and geography in other new regions. We want to reach and extend our projects in other cities for which we need more funds. With your generous financial help, we can do this possible. You can send us your financial donations thru following bank account; we will send you Confirmation Slip accordingly.


At DELTA, our vision for Rehabilitation Programs for Afghanistan is of a free, democratic, healthy and green Afghanistan based on social justice and the absence of violence against women and children. DELTA is aiming to improve the standard of living for the disadvantaged members of the Afghan society such as women and children, orphans in Afghanistan.

DELTA Organization Main Purpose

The main purpose of DELTA organization is to extend its relief and development assistance in every aspect to those Afghans who have been badly affected during war in the last four decades in Afghanistan.

Mandate and Mission

DELTA mandate and mission is to implement multi-sector emergency, rehabilitation, educational, agricultural, economic, social, reconstruction, development and capacity building projects which are designed to foster self-reliance, in addition to empowering Afghans to meet their future needs while creating the socio-economic condition that promote peace, stability and coherence.

Governance Structure

DELTA organization abides and adheres strongly and strictly to its organization-based policies and is controlled by its proactive administration.


DELTA organizational ethics is concerned with standards and principles for human behavior within the organizational structure to avoid harmful behavior and to promote those behaviors that ensure an ambiance of fairness, trust, honesty, and respect.


The development and maintenance of the essential public infrastructure is an important ingredient for sustained economic growth and poverty reduction in a developing country such as Afghanistan. Infrastructure investment can lift economic growth and support social objectives. Health, education, and efficient water and sanitation services help lay the groundwork for a more productive, healthy population capable of contributing to sustained economic growth.


Clean water is a basic need. Yet many people in Kandahar do not have access to clean drinking water. The availability of clean drinking water is obviously of great importance to human health. Unclean water causes infectious diseases resulting in many casualties. However, not having access to clean water also affects education and poverty. Women and children are forced to walk long distances to fetch water, often in unsafe areas. As they need so much time to fetch water, there is no time left for going to school or working.


Successful conflict resolution occurs by listening and providing opportunities to meet each side's needs, and adequately address their interests so that they are each satisfied with the outcome. Therefore, building the capacity of community elders, organizations working at the community level, youths and traditional councils for promote peace and deliver effective conflict resolution programs, which can play a vital role in reduction of conflicts and cultivate the culture of peace at community level in Afghanistan.