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  • PARSA Year of the Women: 2017
    PARSA Year of the Women: 2017
    PARSA's Women's Economic Programs include Trade Afghan, the PARSA Gift Shop, and our PARSA Farm agricultural programs.
  • PARSA Job Corps
    PARSA Job Corps
    PARSA Job Corps is a new program at PARSA for youth to experience training as well as on-the-job work as they decide on an economic track for their futures.
  • Sisters 4 Sisters
    Sisters 4 Sisters
    Sisters 4 Sisters is a program that provides mentorship and personalized attention to small groups of at-risk women and girls. Through expanding their exposure and life experience, we hope for them to achieve academic success, be healthier, learn more about other women around the world, and become financially independent. Most of all, we encourage them to become more confident in who they are. This will support them in whatever life they lead as adults – whether they are running businesses, countries or their households.
  • PARSA's Afghan Scouts
    PARSA's Afghan Scouts
    PARSA is reviving the Afghan Scout program in Afghanistan. Supported by the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and led by our staff of Afghan Scout Masters, the Scout Movement in Afghanistan is alive and serving communities in 14 provinces in Afghanistan with over 1800 Scouts currently active in troops.

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The Three Branches of PARSA's Work:

Building Healthy Families

Focuses on our psychosocial services, which offer training for Afghan professionals who work in social protection programs with vulnerable Afghans.

Building Women's Economies

Centers on our Trade Afghan network products line that trains Afghan businesswomen and creates a national market for their products.

Building Youth Leadership

Trains the leaders of tomorrow through our PARSA Afghan Scouts programs which currently has over 1800 children registered in 14 provinces.