OHPM is a non- political, non partisan, nonprofit and independent organization founded in 2010. The organization was registered with the NGOs department of the
Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in the year 2010 with the registration #1865.
Our organization focuses on the people it serves. Its primary loyalty,
accountability, and responsibility is to the people it serves...[Read More]
OHPM is committed to promote the lives of communities through provision
of comprehensive and standardized health, education and development services; conducting training, researches, surveys and evaluations independently and/or collaboratively at local,...
OHPM is working towards the realization of its vision through various
strategic approaches that are believed to be context-specific,...
A healthy and stable society of empowered communities working
together towards attaining sustainable self-reliance and development...[Read More]
The OHPM Board of Trustees is the highest governing body of the
organization, deciding and guiding its strategic vision and direction towards its overall mission.
The board of trustees consists of five members including, the General Director and Deputy General Director.
The overall objectives of the project are to protect our citizens from the spread of
COVID-19; to respond and mitigate the threat posed by COVID-19 in Afghanistan
Providing and delivering Essential Package of Hospital Services (EPHS) through managing 51
Health Facilities...[Read More]
Public Nutrition Program - Targeted Supplementary Feeding Program (TSFP)
Family Health Worker
Implementation of a pilot project named FHWP for the first time in Afghanistan
where health learning contents were provided to all students of Bamyan School and 568 teachers were trained as FHWP trainers[Read More]
Training of BPHS
Training of BPHS staff on Nutrition Service Delivery Role of the Consultant...
Under the FHH project, OHPM will train 23 community midwives and will
deploy them to the target district where they will provide Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent...
Implementation of Reproductive, Maternal,
Neonatal and Child Health (RMNCH) Project through mobile...
Implementation of Community-based DOTS through Challenge TB Project is in Paktika and Khost...[Read More]
Name of the Project: Sustainable Water and Sanitation Supply Project (SWSS)
. Implementing Community-led Total Sanitation and Hygiene Behavior Change Project (CLTS) in Baghlan and Badakhshan provinces.[Read More]
Name of the Project: Implementation of SEHATMANDI Project. Providing and delivering Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) through
managing 51 Health Facilities...[Read More]
Provision of life saving trauma care and referral services with protection measures in
conflict affected areas..... [Read More]
Implementation of Malaria project activities under the Global Fund UNDP program...
Name of the Project: Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS), Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS)Conducting of communication
coordination meeting with PRRD and related stakeholders...[Read More]