AHEAD’s overall goal is to improve the well beings in Afghan communities struggling with poverty, infectious diseases, lack of access and awareness to health services, limited access to potable water, sanitation and hygiene and low capacity. Afghanistan’s MDGs aim at “reducing poverty and hunger, providing universal primary education, reducing child mortality, improving maternal health, combating diseases, promoting gender equality, ensuring environmental sustainability and enhancing personal security. Hence the Afghanistan National Development Strategy, created a common vision for reducing extreme poverty. we are committed particularly to contributing to and reaching the ANDS sectors 4,5 and 6 of Economic and Social Development, which call for overall Afghan communities well being, balance the needs of the poor with the need for sustained economic growth by 2015. As an Afghan national NGO, AHEAD is uniquely positioned to contribute to this effort through community-based approaches that build support for primary health and hygiene awareness, education, Capacity building, embrace partnerships, and encourage innovation. And the AHEAD, as an association with this unique membership, will be uniquely positioned to foster alliances among its NGO members, the academic community, and the advocacy community to improve and expand these innovative practices and policies.
Funded by USAID this project Increase the professional capacity of job seekers and current mid-level employees of major private sector companies through the provision of demand-driven project management as well as financial management training that addresses the current need of the private sector labor market...read more
Supported by TAWANMANDI Strengthening Civil Society, AHEAD promotes community's access to justice in four districts of Balkh province, namely Nahr-e-Shahi, Khulm, Sholgara and Dehdadi. Targeted beneficiaries are village communities residence, community elders, civil and public administration servants and religious leaders...read more
To support water provision and enhance the knowledge and attitude of rural communities in Posht-e-Band area, AHEAD with financial support of German Cooperation channeled through WHH implemented a six months WASH project which supported five village...read more
The project main objective is to find out detailed IDPs profiling (Numbers, Location, and Reasons for Movement, Challenges, Opportunities, Situation and their Needs) to help provision of emergency assistance to them. The project is being implemented in 4 provinces of the northeast of Afghanistan (Baghlan, Kunduz Badakhshan and Takhar)...read more
Web based Electronic Payroll System
Web based Electronic Payroll System (WEPS) which is contract by AHEAD and funded by UNDP/LOTFA SPA project, aimed to bring quality in the reporting system of GDPDC payroll stations, support the GDPDC end users in area of reporting, better use of WEPS system and maintaining the WEPS system ICT Infrastructure at the sub – national level.
UNDP’s Local Governance Project-Afghanistan (LoGo) is a new project, building upon the lessons from UNDP’s Afghanistan Sub-National Governance Programme (ASGP). Through LoGo project, the Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG) and UNDP will jointly address the top three priorities of IDLG which are: 1) service delivery; 2) accountability; and 3) clear functions and mandates.
Assistance for Health, Education and Development (AHEAD) - Main Office, House #4, Street 1, In front of Masjed Jami Kart-e-Sulh avenue, Mazar-e-sharif – Afghanistan. Phone: 0093 700 502 211 E-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
AHEAD was established by a group of experienced, professional and dedicated social workers in Afghanistan in 2008, and was registered under license number 1259 with the Ministry of Economy of the government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
AHEAD is a non-governmental, non-political and non-for profit organization that aims to contribute to improvement of social welfare, education, social development, civil society development and public health in the urban, rural and least advantaged areas of Afghanistan. read more
Assistance for Health, Education and Development (AHEAD) Main Office, House #4, Street 1, In front of Masjed Jami Kart-e-Sulh avenue, Mazar-e-sharif – Afghanistan.