Accessbility Organization for Afghan Disabled (AOAD)
About the Company
Accessibility Organization for Afghan Disabled AOAD is a non-governmental, nonprofits and non-political organization established by Person with Disability with the aim of working and advocating for persons with disabilities, their immediate family members, and vulnerable people with gender equality as a peer-supporter in May 2007 in Kabul and registered with the Ministry of Economy of Afghanistan with the registration No: 956.
AOAD played a vital role in working and delivering of service to most marginalized and vulnerable groups and have multi year’s rich experience of work in 18 provinces of Afghanistan including Kabul, Nangarhar, Laghman, Kunar, Khost, Paktia, Paktika, Logar, Uruzgan, Bamyan, Helmand, Herat, Kandahar, Parwan, Balkh, Jawzjan, Ghazni and Wardak province of Afghanistan.
AOAD is active stakeholder with humanitarian’s country Team (HCT/OCHA, ACBAR and the Afghan CSO’s Network which fully contributed on all activities.
Recently AHF/OCHA conducted Capacity Assessment of AOAD and fortunately received its Eligible Certificate as partner for AHF/OCHA funding.
AOAD established through a with his own Disability experts to advocate for the rights of Afghan with Disabilities their family’s members with special respect to women women/girls with Disabilities and children in Afghanistan, the overall vision of AOAD is to (LEAVE NO One Behind).
AOAD with deep understanding of challenges from Afghanistan society developed its programming portfolio to provide services for Persons with Disabilities with gender and Disability equality in below thematic areas,
- Gender & Disability inclusion in the humanitarians and development agenda of Afghanistan.
- Capacity building, knowledge sharing, and recreational skills development for women/girls with Disabilities and their immediate family’s members.
- Service delivery for Persons with Disabilities, their immediate family’s members and vulnerable groups of society in the field of humanitarian, basic health service, Physical Rehabilitation, Physical Accessibility for inclusive environments to live everyone in equality and dignity.
AOAD is committed organization for the vision/mission with full respect to international Humanitarians law (IHL), United Nations Convention on the rights of Persons with Disabilities UNCRPD and agreements with close coordination with national and international organizations, government entities and communities implemented 95 projects in the 18 provinces.