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Porsesh Research and Studies Organization

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PURPOSE:  Provide fact based research for informed decision making adhering to ethics and promoting peace and prosperity.

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7 Members

Traditions: Islam Muslim Shi’a , Islam Muslim Sunni

Action Area: Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation

Region: Asia

Website: http://porseshresearch.org

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 PRSO was established in 2015 with the sole purpose of promoting peace and prosperity. The organization is mainly engaged in the field of data collection and providing facts and analysis for the government and international organizations to influence the process of policy making so that high level decisions reflect the voices of the people. They wish to work for the betterment of life for the people of Afghanistan, raise voice against intolerance and stand together in difficult times. They do so by holding community workshops, designing policy briefs and holding conferences for the people and by the people. They believe that present situation socially, economically and culturally is not favorable for the people of the country and world and that the need of the hour is to promote religious tolerance, respect differences and bring unity amongst people from different backgrounds.

Providing accurate and context based facts and figures to policy makers

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Contact:
Md. Mahdi Frough

Address:
Pul – e- Surkh Square, Muheb Zada Market
Kabul
Afghanistan

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October 18, 2016 4:42 PM

Community Interactions Encourage Seeing Beyond Boundaries

Porsesh Research and Studies Organization (PRSO) has initiated an inter-religious and inter-ethnic interaction.

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October 18, 2016 4:32 PM

The Importance of Reviving Broken Identities

We believe that Afghanistan is in serious need of getting to a new phase of reviving the broken structure of diversified Afghan identity.

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