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Introduction

Coordination of Humanitarian Assistance is a non-profit making, non-sectarian and non- political humanitarian organization that was created in 1987 by a team of educated and experienced Afghan volunteers.

The aims were to provide emergency aid for war victims in the field, to assist with the rehabilitation of rural and urban life,and to work with communities for sustainable development in Afghanistan.
CHA has rethought on its vision, mission and strategies mid 2004 and has developed a five year Strategic Plan from 2006-2010. In the Strategic plan the mission and vision of the organization has clearly reflected.

 
Vision

A developed Afghanistan, with a strong civil society and good responsible governance, a country free from poverty, illiteracy and discrimination, where equitable access of all citizens to basic social services and information is provided, all rights and freedoms recognized by the national constitution and international conventions are fully respected and our cultural values and heritage are preserved.

 
Mission

CHA is a proactive player and a strong advocate in the rehabilitation, reconstruction and sustainable social and economic development of Afghanistan and in the promotion and strengthening of Afghan civil society as an active and vibrant force and partner in this process.

 
Core Strategies

1. Improve sustainability of livelihoods by community building and effective delivery of basic social services Improved income and living conditions in communities targeted by CHA, through better access to and higher quality of basic social services.

2. Civil Society Strengthening for effective delivery basic social services and promotion of basic social rights CSOs are effectively co-coordinating and co-operating in implementing basic social service delivery and in the promotion of basic social rights.

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Coordination and Membership

CHA has made effective efforts in the field of Coordination and networking with other institutions mentioned below:

 1- CHA is a member of ACBAR.

2- CHA is a board member of HRRAC (Human Rights Research & Advocacy Consortium)

3- CHA is the member of DRRC (Disaster Risk Reduction Consortium) and ADRRN.

4- Education consortium: SMO, ADA, CHA, AWEC, CoAR and MSPA are members of this consortium. The consortium is for implementation of educational programs in Afghanistan.

 


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