His Excellency, the governor of Nangarhar province, Muhammad Gulab Mangal, awarded appreciation letter to AADA for playing great role in response to the emergencies and providing quality health services to the IPDs and returnees in the province.
After receiving the World Bank NOL and approval of National Procurement Commission (NPC) for procurement process of consulting services for Provision of Basic Packages of Health Services & Essential Packages of Hospital Services under SEHAT Phase-III, it has been decided by the Ministry of Public Health to award the contract of BPHS package of Nangarhar province under SEHAT Phase – III to A
The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is a management system to convert mission, vision and overall strategy of organizations or systems into a plan that links strategies to measurable targets and actions. It is made up of domains and indicators derived from the strategic vision of organizations or systems aimed at measuring their performance.
To maintain the low prevalence of HIV below 0.1 % among general population and below 5% among key population at high risk in the country, through increasing access to and utilization of, and improving quality and safety of services, UNDP awarded the contract for implementation of “Scaling up HIV intervention am
Primary prevention through administration of specific antigen (vaccines) is the back bone of public health interventions in Afghanistan to save mothers and children. Fixed, outreach and mobile vaccination are the major approaches for achieving vaccine universal coverage. Outreach and mobile vaccination requires proper transportation means to reach remote villages.
Implemented by AADA in partnership with PPHD-Balkh and The Johannitor On August 16, 2016, Agency for Assistance and Development of Afghanistan (AADA), The Johannitor, and Provincial Public Health Directorate of Balkh, organized the graduation ceremony for 68 competent midwives of “Institute of Health Sciences – Balkh”, which was implemented by AADA with financial support from BMZ/The Johannitor
AADA with financial support from BMZ/The Johanniter in partnership with the Provincial Public Health Directorate, and the Balkh Institute of Health Sciences (IHS) is supporting implementation of Midwifery department of Balkh IHS to contribute to the national strategy for reducing maternal and newborn mortality in Afghanistan, by strengthening and supporting midwifery
To clarify the overall purpose and desired results of the organization for the next five years, and how to achieve those results, AADA developed the strategic plan 2016-2020 in a “strategic planning” workshop. Participants of the workshop were chair and members of BOT, members of executive board, provincial project managers, middle management staff, and an expatriate.