Assist in raising health and nutrition standards, and strengthening health system through provision of coordinated services of promotional, preventative and curative health care as well as activities that promote health and living conditions in rural and urban areas, in accordance with the community.
To increase accessibility and proper utilization of basic health services for people.
To increase the proportion of women having access to routine Reproductive Health (RH) and Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (MNCH) Care Services.
To increase coverage of services in order to prevent and treat communicable diseases and malnutrition.
To increase the proportion of population having access to hospital services.
To improve hygiene and sanitation condition between the general public and health workers.
To strengthen capacity of health personnel in extending effective primary health care services.
Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) is World Bank funded project under grant of Sehatmandi, contracted between the Ministry of Public Health and Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (CHA) which was implemented from the period 01, Jan, 2014 up to 31, December, 2018 in Farah province and from 01 Jan 2019 is implemented in Ghor province. This project is designed to strengthen and expand implementation of all components of BPHS in Ghor provinces in order to contribute achieving of the following goals defined by MOPH:
Reduce maternal and newborn mortality.
Reduce under 5 mortalities, improve child health and nutrition.
Develop the health system.
Maternal and Newborn Care
Child Health and Immunization
Treatment and Control of communicable disease
Disability and Physical Rehabilitation Services
Regular Supply of Essential Drugs
This project is designed to provide extensive trainings and equip Ghor province’s health service providers as well as health workers to tackle and treat malaria disease more effectively.
Reducing the reported Malaria incidence by %73 at the national level compared with 2016.
nterrupting indigenous transmission of malaria, specifically PF (Plasmodium Falciparum), in Ghor province by the end of 2020.
o ensure that Afghanistan is on track to eliminate malaria by 2030.
Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance (CHA) is a strategic partner of FHI360 for implementing the Initiative for Hygiene, Sanitation, and Nutrition (IHSAN) Project in Ghor, Farah and Badghis provinces.
This project is to Scale up nutrition and WASH interventions for improving the nutritional status of women and children less than five years old, with a focus on the first 1,000 days.
Enhance capacity to institutionalize nutrition programs
ncrease the adoption of optimal nutrition and hygiene behaviors at community and household levels
ncrease the availability of nutrition, hygiene, and sanitation services and products over the five-year contract period (1 July -2016 ,31 January 31)
Afghanistan Temporary Relief Program is a governmental health assistance which is being implemented through temporary cash assistance for poor women from the female population in health facilities of Ghor province.
Ghor residents suffer from high levels of poverty, which increases the prevalence of malnutrition in mothers and children. In addition, it also accelerate other diseases that are caused by poverty.
Poverty and health are inextricably linked. If people's health is improved and their incomes rise, this will improve children’s education and reduce poverty.
This effective and transparent mechanism provides cash assistance of 500 AFN for female clients for the purpose of helping poor families through 36 health facilities (2 District Hospital, 26 Basic Health Centers and 8 Comprehensive Health Centers) in Ghor province.