ZHG is honored to be the panel sponsor for the ISOA Warsaw Conference: Ukraine and the Changing Landscape of Europe event.
Prior to the collapse of Afghanistan, ZHG received an urgent requirement for the provision of a refugee processing center, a biometric and registration center, and housing for 4000 Canadian allies in Kabul.
ZHG has a fully functioning and secure compound, Zohak Village (ZV), to house expatriates in Kabul. ZV is adjacent to Hamid Karzai International Airport (HKIA) and near the international and military terminals.
ZHG provided all supervision, labor, materials, equipment, supplies, and transportation necessary to implement Project 35AL KFPDC Female Living Area, which was one‐story building that housed female prisoners in the Pol e Charkkhi Prison Kabul.
ZHG provided operations and maintenance (O&M) and supported networking services for the MoI and MOD Information Communications Technology (ICT) office, the communications directorate for MoI and MoD
Afghan National Army Strategic Network Expansion:
The scope of work included purchasing equipment from manufacturers and importing that equipment from the manufacturing country to Afghanistan
ZHG provided a complete replacement of the CCTV solution, expansion and operation into the US Embassy Kabul. ZHG provided expertise, supervision, labor, tools, and equipment to install and maintain CCTVs in US Embassy Kabul.
ZHG provided installation and maintenance of fiber optic cable from the US Embassy Kabul compound to neighboring Camp Alvarado, located in Hamid Karzai International Airport, and a private connection for Terminal 2 to CUPPS at Camp Alvarado
ZHG was awarded the provision of Food Service labor for the US Embassy Cafeteria in Kabul. Despite rigorous time constraints, ZHG successfully hired and transitioned 103 Third-Country Nationals (TCNs) and 180+ Local National (LNs). Alongside the provision of labor