دافغانستان لپاره دمرستی او پرمختیا مؤسسه
Agency for Assistance and 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 promotion of quality health and social services, equality, accessibility, profession capacity building and community development of the underserved 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.
A center of Excellence committed to improving the lives of vulnerable population and community development by; Enabling individual, families and communities to take lead in meeting their own basic needs and to increase their ability to participate in and benefit from their societies.
Vision Communities are empowered to achieve sustainable health, peace and prosperity.
Message From AADA Founder
Dear Colleagues and Friends:
Despite AADA has had great accomplishments and achievement in its well-known brief history since 2005, I believe there is still much left to be achieved in future. This scenario necessitates having a renewed strategic plan in order to guide the organization in reaching the collective goals so that the mission and vision could be successfully fulfilled. This plan is not only a staid endeavor for forward movement but it also brings strengths and values together and bestows the organization greater potentials. Moreover, the plan has been broadly inclusive and envisages extensive engagement of the staff, communities, partners and donors. This plan is in fact an innovative forward-thinking framework to ensure the organization reaches its full potential as a leading agency in health, service provision, research, and community development not only at national level but also across the globe by replicating its tried-and-true experiences from Afghanistan into other parts of the world.
The Strategic Plan 2011-2014 is an action-oriented plan that directs us for the next 3 years and shapes our future onward. It also ensures that AADA is financially secure and accountable as it achieves its broader goals and objectives.
The incredible efforts of Dr. Rohullah Shabon in leading this vital participatory exercise leading to the development of AADA’s Strategic Plan 2011-2014 are truly appreciable. He successfully managed to solicit broad inputs, think broadly and consider innovative ideas about what we need to be and how we get there. This plan would guarantee the success of AADA and fulfilling its ambitions at national and international level as described in its vision and mission statement.
Dr. Jammalluddin Jawaid
Message From Chair Of Board
Reflecting on the last 10 years of AADA’s existence and performance, it is a matter of great pride for me to announce that AADA is now considered a well recognised and established institution in Afghanistan.
AADA empowers disadvantaged communities and improves quality of lives through implementation of projects in areas such as health, education, sustainable socio-economic development, human and womens’ rights.
AADA’s clear vision and strategic planning over the past 10 years has strengthened and expanded the organisation which has enabled it to make marked positive contribution towards the well being of afghan communities as clearly demonstrated in our achievements to date.
As the chair of AADA’s board of trustees, I am most grateful to the generous donors, development partners, our dedicated staff and volunteers for their inexhaustible service. It is clear that their contribution in conjunction with the strong leadership and management skills of our board members have formed the pillars on which AADA’s success and reputation is built on.
Given the recent progress in Afghanistan’s socio-political status, it is safe to predict that the years ahead will provide a range of opportunities, as well as, a number of challenges in the business sector. However, I am certain that AADA will adapt the right innovative approaches to seize the opportunities and overcome the challenges in its strive for enrichment of Afghan lives in the developing communities.
I wish great success for all of us,