BDN is an Afghan non-governmental and developmental organization, since its establishment in 2001, engaged in improving access to quality health care and other community based developmental projects in Afghanistan. It has a history of successful implementation of health and other developmental projects funded by various donors for more than 13 years all around Afghanistan. Its experience, expertise and understanding of the situation, with active role in policy and strategy formulation at country level, together with the trust built during the past 13 years within local communities, civil society organizations, government and donors, puts BDN in a position of strength, and currently it is the implementer of the BPHS and EPHS in six provinces of Afghanistan, namely Baghlan, Balkh, Herat, Jawzjan, Sarepul and Ghazni, respectively. In addition, it is implementer of the NSP in Ghazni, Zabul and Herat provinces. All efforts of BDN’s are shaped by its mission “to assist communities in the achievement of their own developmental goals” and its vision “a world of enabled communities working towards a brighter future”. BDN puts emphasis on cost effective BPHS/EPHS interventions and capacity building within the Afghan community at national, organizational and community levels, thus helping Afghans to help themselves to contribute in the establishment of a standard health service and a peaceful and stable country.
Vision A world of enabled communities working towards a brighter future
Mission To assist communities in the achievement of their own development goals
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