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AEHDA Organizational Profile

Establishment:   Founded in July 2003, AEHDA transitioned into an officially registered non-governmental organization (NGO) in December 2020 (Registration Number: 5085). It operates as a non-profit, non-political, non-sectarian, and women-led humanitarian organization.

Mission and Mandate:   AEHDA's mission encompasses education, the One Health Approach, healthcare, public nutrition, water, sanitation, hygiene, food security, advocacy, communication, training, capacity building, research, and development. Targeting rural and urban areas of Afghanistan, AEHDA employs adaptable and participatory strategies for community empowerment.

Vision: AEHDA envisions an educated, informed, healthy, peaceful, and developed society in Afghanistan, free from misconceptions, deprivation, discrimination, injustice, corruption, disability, and violence.

Strategic Principles:

AEHDA operates under contextual, participatory, transparent, accountable, professional, and gender-sensitive principles. Emphasis is placed on community empowerment, sustainable development, and public-private partnerships.


AEHDA aims to enhance education, improve healthcare, advocate for national policies, empower communities, advance knowledge through research, and address issues in nutrition, agriculture, and public services.

Principles and Values: Guided by justice, independence, integrity, transparency, accountability, impartiality, professionalism, neutrality, innovation, creativity, volunteerism, and activism.

Areas of Operation:

AEHDA focuses on contemporary education, One Health Approaches, healthcare, nutrition, food security, agriculture, advocacy, communication, training, and research and development.


Governed by a General Assembly and a Board of Directors, AEHDA ensures efficient decision-making. The Board, comprising intellectuals, development workers, and experts, oversees long-term strategies, while operational decisions are made by the management team led by the Managing Director.

AEHDA, a women-led force, is dedicated to creating positive change in Afghanistan through its comprehensive, contextual, and impactful humanitarian initiatives.

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اهدا موسسی اساسنامه

دغه اساسنامه د نادولتي مؤسسو د قانون د یوولسمې او څوارلسمې مادو په رڼا کې د فعالیتونو د ادغام او د رهبرۍ د ادارې د صلاحیتونو او مسوولیتونو د پیژندلو او همدارنګه د نظم او دسپلین د رامنځته کولو او د شفافیت د رامنځته کولو په موخه رامنځته شوې ده. په اداره کې د حساب ورکونې سیسټم
This statute was established in light of the eleventh and fourteenth articles of the Law of Non-Governmental Organizations in order to integrate the activities and identify the competencies and responsibilities of the leadership body, as well as to create order and discipline and to establish a transparent accountability system in the institution.

این اساسنامه در روشنی ماده یازدهم و چهاردهم قانون موسسات غیر دولتی بمنظور انسجام فعالیت ها و تشخیص صلاحیت ها و مسؤلیت های ارگان رهبری و همچنان ایجاد نظم ودسپلین و برقراری  سیستم حسابدهی شفافیت در موسسه وضع گردیده  

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AEHDA Policies List 2023

Importance of Policies for AEHDA

AEHDA recognizes the pivotal role that policies play in ensuring the success, integrity, and impact of its mission. With a comprehensive set of 21 policies, the organization underscores the following importance:

  1. Legal Compliance: AEHDA's policies ensure strict adherence to local and international laws and regulations. This commitment to legal compliance mitigates legal risks and strengthens the organization's standing.

  2. Ethical Governance: Policies set forth ethical standards, guiding the behavior of all stakeholders. AEHDA's emphasis on ethical governance fosters a culture of integrity and trust within the organization.

  3. Transparent Operations: Through its policies, AEHDA prioritizes transparency. Clear guidelines on financial management, data protection, and other areas ensure transparency in organizational operations, building trust among stakeholders.

  4. Consistent Decision-Making: Policies provide a consistent framework for decision-making. This consistency ensures fairness and equity across various aspects of the organization, from hiring practices to resource allocation.

  5. Risk Mitigation: AEHDA's policies include risk management strategies, helping the organization identify, assess, and mitigate potential risks. This proactive approach safeguards against unforeseen challenges.

  6. Employee Guidance and Satisfaction: Policies serve as a roadmap for employees, offering clear expectations and guidelines. This clarity contributes to job satisfaction, professional development, and a positive organizational culture.

  7. Stakeholder Trust and Confidence: By adhering to a set of well-defined policies, AEHDA builds trust among its stakeholders, including donors, beneficiaries, and partners. This trust is foundational for sustaining relationships and achieving shared goals.

  8. Efficient Operations: Policies streamline processes and procedures, optimizing organizational efficiency. This efficiency ensures that resources are used judiciously, maximizing the impact of AEHDA's interventions.

  9. Accountability and Responsibility: AEHDA's policies establish accountability mechanisms, holding individuals and departments responsible for their actions. This culture of accountability strengthens the organization's internal controls.

  10. Adaptability to Change: AEHDA's commitment to maintaining 21 policies demonstrates its readiness to adapt to changing circumstances. Regular policy reviews enable the organization to evolve and stay relevant in a dynamic environment.

  11. Continuous Improvement: Policies provide a foundation for continuous improvement. AEHDA's dedication to regularly reviewing and updating its policies reflects a commitment to learning and growing as an organization.

In summary, AEHDA's 21 policies collectively contribute to the organization's ethical, efficient, and impactful operations. By prioritizing legal compliance, transparency, and stakeholder trust, AEHDA ensures that its policies serve as a guiding force in achieving its mission and vision.





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AEHDA Constitution - English version

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First article:

This AEHDA constitution has been established in light of the eleventh and fourteenth articles of the Law of Non-Governmental Organizations NGOs in order to integrate the activities and identify the competencies and responsibilities of the leadership body, as well as to create order and discipline and to establish a transparent accountability system in the Organization.

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