Afghan Youth Org was established in 2009 to provide Management Consultancy Services.
Its offices are located at Kabul, Mazar, Herat, and Kandahar; however the clients are spread all over Afghanistan. The Kabul office controls Work on different assignments in the provinces whereas the Kabul Office covers the provinces of South and East.
AYO has highly qualified and experienced professionals in their respective fields. A brief description of the Core Management Team and Professional Staff is included in this profile.
The firm employs a total staff of about 60. These include personnel specialized in diverse fields capable of handling assignments at various levels of responsibility. In addition to qualified management and personnel the firm has an organized infrastructure and other physical facilities to carry out all the assignments. Moreover, there is a computer section equipped with a variety of computer facilities.
The proposed CASA-1000 project will facilitate the first electricity trade of 1,300 megawatts (MW) of existing summertime hydropower surplus between the two regions, involving the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan in Central Asia and Afghanistan and Pakistan in South Asia. Project preparation was guided by the 4-country minister-level Inter-Governmental Council (IGC) with a Secretariat that was put in place in 2011 and through consultations with the 10-member Central Asian Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) program. The project is expected to consist of the construction and operation of transmission infrastructure in the four countries, associated technical assistance during implementation, and mechanisms for the sharing of benefits with communities along the transmission corridor and would contribute to alleviating power supply shortages in Pakistan and Afghanistan and would enhance revenues and economic prospects in the Kyrgyz Republic and Tajikistan.