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Accessibility Organization for Afghan Disabled

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As 2020 comes to a close, I am happy to share with you the 2020 Fiscal Year Annual Report for the Accessibility Organization for Afghan Disabled (AOAD). The Annual Report includes notable programmatic accomplishments, impactful achievements, inclusion and addressing the needs of disadvantages people through practical activities with effectives mechanism, with our planned vision for the future. I am happy for sharing the Report to celebrate AOAD success and learn more about the myriad of substantive ways that AOAD through bilateral donors, national and International partners, has made a difference in the lives of those we served and serving now.

 “dream star” and passion has always been People living with Disabilities inclusion children and women and their families—making sure everyone has the best opportunity for health and well-being, education, physical rehabilitation skill development empowerments. I have met so many beneficiaries mostly persons with disabilities included in AOAD projects of Vocational training, Physical Rehabilitations, foods distributions, clothes distributions in these first few months and am humbled by the commitment, passion, and expertise they all leant and also learning with Physical Rehabilitations and inclusion… Read More

AOAD Director & Founder
Abdul Khaliq Zazai

Organizational Background

Accessibility Organization for Afghan Disabled (AOAD)’s a non-governmental, non-profits and non-political organization established by Person with Disability and working for mainstreaming of Persons with Disabilities according to gender equality addressing women/girls with disabilities and vulnerable people as peer-supporter Organization founded in 2007 in Kabul, Afghanistan.

AOAD’s registered with the Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan with the registration number of (956). AOAD also registered with the Ministry of Women Affairs of Afghanistan for gender mainstreaming especially mainstreaming the women/girls with disabilities in development, humanitarian and political agenda trough advocacy, lobbies, as equal citizens in Afghanistan. AOAD ‘s leadership is an active stakeholder taking participation in the Humanitarians Country Team (HCT/UNOCHA, farmer Steering Committee member of ACBAR and member of the Afghan CSO’s Network.

Achievements

AOAD Achievements since the establishment of 2007:
AOAD has implemented 71 projects in the below-mentioned provinces and cities. 
1. Constructed more than 580 ramps in 250 public buildings (schools, health clinics, Mosques, governmental departments).
2. Provided skills development training to more than 7200 persons with disabilities and other vulnerable people through the projects implemented in different parts of the country with gender equality.
3. Lobbied for jobs of 150 persons with disabilities in different posts in different government and non-government organizations with their relevant qualifications who are having education and others expertise.
4. Rehabilitated and integrated to education 200 children with disabilities and enrolled them in public schools’ system.
5. AOAD provided skills development training such us computer to 290 trainees (220 male and 70 female) youngster’s children with disabilities and their immediate family members in Nangahar province.

7
Years of Activities
5
awards
14
Top professionals
90 +
Projects done
27 +
Beneficiaries
40 +
Trainees

Our Partners

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partner
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regular client
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new client

Recent Projects

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Who we are

Accessibility Organization for Afghan Disabled (AOAD)’s a non-governmental, non-profits and non-political organization established by Person with Disability and working for mainstreaming of Persons with Disabilities according to gender equality addressing women/girls with disabilities and vulnerable people as peer-supporter Organization founded in 2007 in Kabul, Afghanistan.

What we do

Is Resilience, full participation of parents, government for prevention of disabilities especially focus on Gender with Disabilities mainstreaming so that they may participate fully in the society and influence their own development for sustainable life.

Our experience

Physical Access and Design - 13 years
Physical Rehabilitation - 10 years
Inclusion - 10 years
Equality and Empowerment - 5 years
Vocational Training for PWDs - 5 years

Projects