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Since its establishment in 1988 by 40 founding members, the HRDF has developed, executed, implemented and also participated in a number of projects and activities at national and international levels on a wide and versatile range of issues. They include STIs & HIV/AIDS training; Information, Education and Communication (IEC); community-based reproductive health services; development of technical training materials for service providers; promoting children's rights; improving the socioeconomic status of women; orientation programs for refugees and post earthquake programs. Through these projects and activities, the HRDF has accumulated a remarkable experience and know-how in project development, implementation and assessment and also partnership and coordination skills with various international organizations. Since 1997, HRDF has been one of the internationally accredited executing agencies of UNFPA. Additionally, HRDF has developed and implemented programs that support asylum seekers, refugees and victims of human trafficking.
To perform any and all activities in order to contribute to the solution of health, education and employment problems which have a negative impact on the economic, social and cultural development of human resource