The current project document serves as an initial investment case to guide allocation of the GFF trust fund resources in Afghanistan. A full investment case to define the wider GFF engagement in Afghanistan will be developed over the next 6-12 months.
Multi-stakeholder GFF Advisory Committee, led by Ministry of Public Health Afghanistan (MoPH)
Dr. Juma Khan “Nasir Khairzada;” Organization for Research and Community Development (ORCD)
CSO Coordination & Engagement
Alliance of Health Organizations (AHO)
AHO does not have a terms of reference yet, but they are using the CSO engagement strategy to guide their work on the GFF.
Civil society is actively engaged in Covid-19 response. Current advocacy is centered around getting the Taliban to let health workers get to health centers for treatment.
Dr. Juma Khan, Organization for Research and Community Development (ORCD); Farmarz Jahanbeen, Solidary for Afghan Families (SAF) (Alternate representative)
There is no youth platform engaging in the GFF in Afghanistan at this time.
There is no youth representative at this time.
Afghanistan Sehatmandi Project to Increase the Utilization and Quality of Health, Nutrition, and Family Planning Services
Component 3 of the project is “Strengthening Demand and Community Accountability for Key Health Services”
Last updated on Thu, 11 Feb 2021 21:00:21.