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WELCOME TO AGENCY FOR ASSISTANCE & DEVELOPMENT OF AFGHANISTAN!

Agency for Assistance and Development of Afghanistan (AADA) is a non-political, non-profit, and independent Afghan organization founded in 2005. It was established with the main and foremost aim of provision of quality health and social services, profession capacity building, and promotion of equal access of communities to developmental and humanitarian services. Since its inception, AADA has been implementing program and projects in various areas such as Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) that is based on Primary Health Care programs. AADA has also been extensively involved in implementing projects aimed at community development, and capacity building of both health workers and community levels. AADA has also successfully conducted researches and consultancies in public health and other development areas. Through the direction and guidance from AADA’s Board of Trustees, we are in the process of development of consultation and collaboration with international institution to keep AADA’s health, education and service delivery to international standards. Beyond that, AADA is committed to substantially involving communities in assessment of needs, choice of target, and development/evaluation of programs. Having vast experience in Afghanistan, AADA would like to expand its operations to other parts of the world as an international entity - as envisaged in its strategic plan for year 2011 -2015. The strategic direction of the organization is formulated and monitored by the Board of Trustees. The first strategic plan of the organization was formulated for 5 years through which most focus was given to institutional development and expansion of the entity throughout Afghanistan. The strategic plan for year 2011-2015 pursues the ambitions of organization making it a global development partner through exchange of experiences, fundraising for low-income countries, and establishing connections with international entities. AADA is governed by the “Board of Trustees” that was come into existence from establishment of the organization; it governs the organization and provides overall policy direction to achieve its aims in the most efficient and effective manner, consistent with the organization’s values and approaches, and in line with the Afghan government constitutions. Supervised by Board of Trustees, the management team of AADA Main Officer is responsible for overall management of all AADA projects throughout the country. The management team is consisting of General Director, Program Advisor, Program Director; Program Development Director, Finance Director, Head of M&E and Operation Manager.

Funding Agency:

World Bank

Start Date:

February, 2011

End Date:

January, 2015

Objectives:

Since its establishment, AADA has a proven record of successful implementation of training, and community development projects in several provinces of Afghanistan, reaching more than 2.5 million populations in the country. So far, AADA has been executing training and service delivery projects in more than 20 provinces of Afghanistan, which include: Kabul, Ghazni, Wardak, Logar, Khost, Paktya, Paktika, Urozgan, Herat, Kandahar, Kunduz, Jawzjan, Faryab, Balkh, Daikundi, Bamyan, Parwan, Panjsher, Kapisa, Samangan, Takhar and Nangarhar provinces. AADA’s projects have been financially and technically supported by a diverse set of donors that includes: Government of Afghanistan, WHO, USAID/IRD/ARD, World Bank, UNDP, UNFPA, UNICEF, MSH, Global Fund, BMZ/THE JOHANNITER, and WFP. AADA has always adopted peculiar approach in project design and implementation. Capacity building, promoting coordination, assuring quality and client satisfaction and securing sustainability have remained the core working principles of AADA in executing projects.

Achievements/Expected Outputs:

NoProject/ServicesProvinceStart DateEnd DateDonor
1Provision of BPHS under SEHATFaryabJul-15June-18MoPH/World Bank
2Provision of BPHS under SEHATTakharJul-15June-18MoPH/World Bank
3Provision of EPHS under SEHATKhostJul-15June-18MoPH/World Bank
4Provision of BPHS under SEHATNangarharJan-14Dec-16MoPH/World Bank
5Provision of BPHS under SEHATSamanganJan-14Dec-16MoPH/World Bank
6Provision of BPHS under PCHGhazniNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
7Provision of BPHS under PCHBamyanDec-13June-15USAID/MoPH
8Provision of BPHS under PCHKhostNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
9Provision of BPHS under PCHFaryabNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
10Provision of health services through  33  Family Health Houses (FHH)FaryabJan-15Dec-15 (Extendable)UNFPA
11Result Based Financing (RBF)BamyanSep-10Jun-15MoPH/World Bank
12HIV prevention and Harm Reduction under TFM projectGhazniOct-13Dec-15Global Fund/GTZ-IS/MOPH
13HIV prevention and Harm Reduction under TFM projectKunduzOct-13Dec-15Global Fund/GTZ-IS/MOPH
14Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)JawzjanMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
15Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)FaryabMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
16Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)WardakMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
17Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)LogarMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
18Community Midwifery Education (CME)Balkh provinceJan-13Mar-15Cordaid
19Community Midwifery Education (CME)GhazniMar-14June-15USAID/MOPH
20Community Midwifery Education (CME)PaktikaMar-14June-15USAID/MOPH
21Community Midwifery Education (CME)NangarharJan-14Dec-2016MoPH/World Bank
22Institute of Health SciencesBalkhMay-14June-16BMZ/JUH

 

Beneficiary Population:

NoProject/ServicesProvinceStart DateEnd DateDonor
1Provision of BPHS under SEHAT #01NangarharJan-14Dec-16MoPH/World Bank
2Provision of BPHS under SEHAT #17SamanganJan-14Dec-16MoPH/World Bank
3Provision of BPHS under PCHGhazniNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
4Provision of BPHS under PCHBamyanNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
5Provision of BPHS under PCHKhostNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
6Provision of BPHS under PCHFaryabNov-09June-15USAID/MoPH
7Provision of health services through  33  Family Health Houses (FHH)FaryabJan-12Dec 2014 (extendable)UNFPA
8Result Based Financing (RBF)BamyanOct-10Mar-15MoPH/World Bank
9HIV prevention and Harm Reduction under TFM projectGhazniOct-13Apr-16Global Fund/GTZ-IS/MOPH
10HIV prevention and Harm Reduction under TFM projectKunduzOct-13Apr-16Global Fund/GTZ-IS/MOPH
11Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)JawzjanMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
12Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)FaryabMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
13Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)WardakMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
14Community Health Nursing Education (CHNE)LogarMay-13Sep-15Global Fund
15Community Midwifery Education (CME)Balkh provinceMar-12June-14The Johannitter/BMZ
16Community Midwifery Education (CME)Balkh provinceJan-13Feb-15Cordaid
17Community Midwifery Education (CME)GhazniApr-14Jan-15USAID/MOPH
18Community Midwifery Education (CME)PaktikaApr-14Jan-15USAID/MOPH
19Community Midwifery Education (CME)NangarharMay-14June-16MoPH/World Bank
20Community Midwifery Education (CME)SamanganMay-14June-16MoPH/World Bank
21HISBalkhJuly, 2014June-16BMZ/JUH
22Mirbach Kot 20 beds Maternity HospitalKabulNov-11Oct-14The Johannitter/BMZ
23Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP)BamyanMay-14Dec-14WFP
24Supplementary Feeding Program (SFP)SamanganApr-14Dec-14WFP
25Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)BamyanApr-14Mar-16Save the children/UNICEF
26Community Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)NangarharMay-14June-16Save the children/WHO
27Initial EPI Training CoursesFive RegionsMarch-14Dec-14MMRCA/WHO
28Scaling-up Malaria Control Interventions and Strengthening Health Care System in AfghanistanNangarhar and BamyanJan-14Dec-14BRAC/World Bank
29TB projectBamyanJan-14Dec-14BRAC/World Bank
30Practice of RDT and ACT for the diagnosis and treatment of malaria by CHWs and HF staff/ Bed Net distributionNangarharJan-14Dec-14HNTPO/GF
3120 laboratory projectNangarharFeb-14Dec-14GF/MOPH