Livelihood, Resilience Building & Infrastructure

Livelihood, Resilience Building & Infrastructure

Livelihood, Resilience Building & Infrastructure

PRB is, focusing on livelihood, resilience building, and infrastructure which crucial for sustainable development and community empowerment. Livelihood programs can help vulnerable populations generate income through skills training, entrepreneurship support, and access to markets.

Resilience building initiatives are essential to help communities withstand and recover from shocks such as natural disasters or conflicts. This can involve disaster preparedness training, community-based early warning systems, and social protection programs.

Investing in infrastructure, such as rural roads, bridge, water supply systems, and schools, is fundamental for improving living conditions and fostering economic growth. Access to basic services like healthcare and education is vital for the well-being of communities and the success of development projects.

By integrating these three pillars – livelihood, resilience building, and infrastructure – into our programs, we can contribute to sustainable development, poverty reduction, and the overall well-being of Afghan communities.

Sector Objective

Enhance economic opportunities and income generation for vulnerable populations.
Support entrepreneurship development and small business initiatives.
Promote market linkages and value chain development.
Improve access to essential services and enhance physical infrastructure.
Install solar panels for energy access in remote areas.


Conduct skills training and vocational education programs.
Facilitate access to microfinance and credit services.
Construct or rehabilitate roads, bridges, and water supply systems.
Implement sanitation and hygiene promotion projects in communities.