Complete Projects


Community Health Workers(CHWs) in Urozgan Under fund from Save the Children (Dec 2013-June 2015)

Establishment of 132 Health Posts(HP) in hard to reach area (White areas) and recruiting couple(M+F), provision of initial training(63days) and continuous support through refresher training, provision of medicine kits at the beginning and on quarterly base and continuous monitoring of activities from each HP.

In 2015 Activities regarding Community Health Workers were as Bellow

  • 264 CHWs received second quarter medicine supplies.
  • Review meetings with CHSs have been conducted.
  • Project was handover to BPHs implementer NGO.
  • Required reports submitted to Save the Children.

Community Based Management of Acute Malnutrition(CMAM) in Urozgan under fund of Save the children (December2013-June 2015)

The project objective was to decrease morbidity and mortality among children through providing treatment to children of severe acute malnutrition. During the project period, a total of 2,833 children were admitted to the OTP centers for treatment.

was piloted as a comprehensive package to treat acute Malnutrition in children. Screening of children are conducted in Health Posts and malnourished children are referred to NERS Sessions. Nutrition Education and Rehabilitation sessions (NERS)

are conducted for 11 days in which, Food demonstration, Health education on breast feeding, immunization, child nutrition, IYCF and hygiene practice and identification of danger signs by care givers are taught and child improvement are monitored.


Public Private Partnership(PPP) in Urozgan Under fund of Save the children (December 2013 – June 2015)

The project was first started by HADAAF through support of Dutch consortium for Urozgan (DCU) in 2009 but due to shortage of funding in 2013 the project was ended.

CoU have supported the running project in five districts through capacity building, renovation and support. Total 40 Clinics are supported by the project in which More than 20 clinics are providing EPI services and more than 8 are providing sophisticated Reproductive health services. Regular quarterly training is provided on public Health priority components and promote and preventive services are included in their service provision. Monthly reporting is provided, regular supervision/monitoring and support are conducted.


MATERNAL AND NEWBORN CARE (MNC) in Urozgan Under fund of Save the Children (December 2013-June 2015)

HADAAF is Joint Venture with Save The children to Implement all Components of MPNC in Urozgan the main Components have been designed to contribute to the reduction of maternal and child mortality in Urozgan. The project has been piloted in Dehrawat Districts in 3 Clinics (1CHC and 2 BHCs). Total population of the district are 55400. Awareness raising of community, registration of pregnant women, and referral of women at risk are the main activities of the project.

Methodology of the project are to train, HFs staff, and 74 CHWs and FHAGs to conduct the activities. Home visit are performed and HE and counseling through pictorial charts are conducted.


Early Childhood Development (ECD) in Urozgan Under Fund of Save the Children (Jan 2014-June 2015)

Early Childhood Development (ECD) programs are known to provide an important foundation for
children to increase their learning potential throughout their education as well as increasing
enrolment in primary school. By establishing and continuation of ECD programs in Urozgan, HADAAF Except to provide young children with the necessary boost to join primary schools ready to learn and succeed.

Early childhood development project was innovated by save the children and implemented by HADAAF. In this project, 65 community ECD classes were established and couple of facilitators trained to manage and run the class, communicate with families and parents.


Malaria in Zabul Under Fund of Health Net (April2014 – July2014)

there are some small funding projects for the support of BPHS, supported by UNICEF, WFP and Malarial Control program.

10 Female and 30 Male Private Health Practitioners received training on HMIS, RH, EPI, Infection prevention, first Aid, mental health, Malaria, TB, ARI, infectious diseases and IMCI Topics for different durations.


(TB) in Zabul Under Fund of BRAC (Jan 2014 – Dec 2014)

Goal: Enable 34 participants in basics of TB-DOTs knowledge.

Course Topics:

The following topics were discussed:

  1. DOTs in community level
  2. Identification of TB
  3. Type of TB
  4. Sign and symptoms
  5. Route of transmission
  6. Prevention and treatment
  7. Suspect TB case finding
  8. Key message about TB for community

Nutrition in Zabul Under fund of Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) August 2014 – May 2015

The objective of the project is to improve nutrition security of the most vulnerable population affectedby sudden and slow onset chronic disasters in Zabul Province through developing healthy practices among communities and increase the use of basic nutrition package delivered by BPHS IP. During this period, 11 HFs were identified for installation of latrine and rehabilitation and improvement of water sources is in progress.


Community-based integrated Management of Childhood Illness (CIMCI) in Zabul Under fund of OHRD (Jan 2014-Nov 2014)

  • 186 CHWs were trained in CIMCI during project implementation.
  • Training topics were diarrheal diseases and acute respiratory tract infection
  • Referral ARI and diarrheal cases to high level health facilities
  • Create community awareness on prevention of ARI and diarrheal diseases

Community Midwifery Education (CME) in Zabul, Funded by Cordiad (April 2014-June 2015)

The project aimed at developing human resources and cadres for health in order to improve BPHS service delivery through availability of qualified female staff in the remote health facilities. A total of 20 eligible women were trained as community midwives in accordance to the standard two-year curriculum of CME program. The eligible students were recruited from the remote villages of the province where the local health facilities are chronically under-staffed with female workers. The recruitment was carried out in consultation with provincial and district authorities and the community elders.

The most important achievement during 2015 was attraction and recruitment of female staff from other provinces and the given target for female health workers has been achieved. Another important program is running of Community Midwifery Education (CME) with 23 girls and 5 trainers. They will graduate during June 2016 and hopefully deployed in Districts Clinics in Zabul. This will reduce the demand of female staff and help improve health status of women and children.


Sub Center in Zabul Under Fund of World Health Organization (Dec 2015-April 2016)

Zabul is one of the most insecure provinces of Afghanistan, Health sector is the only sector having existence in all districts and struggling to provide quality health services in over the province. Important challenges in the province for implementation of health services are insecurity, shortage of high professional staff, landmines and roads blockage, inexistence of other social sectors in some districts, lack of cooperation of government sector and many others. HADAAF’s Main program in Zabul is implementation of BPHS through running of 1 Districts Hospital, 9 BHCs, 6 CHCs, 2 Mobile Health Team, one prison health center and 11 Sub Health centers, in joint venture with Cordiad, an international NGO.


Public Private Partnership (PPP) in Nuristan, Nangarhar under fund of WHO (March 2013 – April 2016)

Contract for Public Private Partnership in Nuristan, supported by GAVi Alliance/WHO/MoPH Afghanistan has been renewed for the duration of one year i.e. from January 2015 to end of December 2015. The project intended to provide health services through 20 private clinics to the population residing in hard to reach area. Objective of the project are to contribute in reduction of morbidity and mortality rates among children (5> years) and women in Nuristan through improve health indicators especially EPI and RH.

During this year, HADAAF’s contracted private clinics have provided routine OPD, EPI services (15 clinics) and clean delivery (2clinics).

Policies for RH, EPI, IP and other intervention have been finalized and contracts have been renewed with private practitioners. During this year, 34492OPD, 2282new Family planning user registered, 11749children screened for Malnutrition, 1209ANC and 933PNC visits performed, 169deliveries conducted in clinic, 618penta-3, 624measles and 728BCGs provided to the children. Regular supervision conducted by health supervisor and on the job trainings provided. Also Initial training of Mental Health and Disability, Refresher training on Reproductive Health, Refresher Training on IP and Waste Management, Initial training on IYCF and Nutrition and Initial training on HIV/AIDS, STD, TB and Malaria has been conducted during this year.


Dutch Consortium for Urozgan(DCU) in Urozgan under fund of Health Net (Jan 2009-Dec 2013)

The project was first started by HADAAF through support of Dutch consortium for Urozgan (DCU) in 2009 but due to shortage of funding in 2013 the project was ended.

Children of Urozgan CoU have supported the running project in five districts through capacity building, renovation and support. Total 40 Clinics are supported by the project in which More than 20 clinics are providing EPI services and more than 8 are providing sophisticated Reproductive health services. Regular quarterly trainings are provided on public Health priority components and promote and preventive services are included in their service provision. Monthly reporting is provided, regular supervision/monitoring and support are conducted.


Environment Health in Urozgan Under fund of Save the children (Jan 2009-Dec 2013)

 


(BPHS) in Nuristan, Nangarhar under fund of IMC (July 2007-Dec 2013)


Malaria in Konar, Nangarhar Under fund of Health Net (Jan 2010-Dec 2013)

During this year, HADAAF training department conducted Initial Training of Mental health/Disability on 24-26 March 2015, Basic Reproductive Health refresher training on 28-30 March 2015, Initial training on IYCF and Nutrition and Refresher Training on Infection Prevention and Waste management on 12-17 Sep, and Initial training on HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and STDs on 2-5 Nov, 2015. Training was supervised by Dr. Mohammad Ismail Hail General Director and Dr. Abdul Jalal Safi Project Focal Point.


CSO in Lugar under fund of Tawanmandi (April 2013- Dec 2013)


Malaria Control Program (MCP) in Konar Nangarhar Under fund of BRAC ()

Free bed net distribution project supported by global fund is implemented by Humanitarian Assistance and development association for Afghanistan (HADAAF) in partnership with Health Net TPO for the period of 1st April 2104 to 30th August 2014.

LLIN distribution started on 1st April 2014 and finished the project on 30 August 2014 furthermore the below performance has been done during project life:


Community-based integrated Management of Childhood Illness(CIMCI) In Paktika under fund of Health Net (March 2012-Dec 2013)

The project aimed to improve child health through provision of Community-IMCI trainings to male and female Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Community Health Supervisors (CHSs) in the four provinces. A total of 2,437 CHWs and CHSs were trained on Module-I and 2,589 were trained on module-II theoretical and practical aspects of the management of two common childhood illness (Pneumonia and Diarrhea) in accordance to the standard C-IMCI training curriculum.