Message from Director General
It is a great honor and pleasure that Care of Afghan Families (CAF) has passed its twelfth years of experience in the field of health, nutrition, community development and education/research. In this annual report we are happy to present CAF achievements, undertakings, success and challenges within a difficult environment during the past year (2014).
During this year we provided a wide range of relevant services to our beneficiaries, through a variety of channels that responded to the hectic pace of medical practices and diverse needs. We always value the professionalism, efficiency, equity, integrity, accountability, transparency and personal advice and assistance available to us. The leadership and management team of CAF always adopted different approaches and strategies to cope with dynamic situations. Challenges are increasing constantly in contrast to the previous years and despite of all these challenges we tried our best to fulfill our responsibilities and highly consider quality dimension in respect to our projects. It is our duty and obligation to improve the quality of life among Afghan population through our service deliveries.
We have built our future by working hard, being creative and innovative, and establishing of an organizational culture which reward talents and pursues win-to win approach that benefits all.
CAF is greatly indebted to all its donors such as MOPH, other governmental line ministries, USAID, EU, WB, UNICEF, WHO, MSH, GF, WFP, its partners such as BRAC, HNTPO, Save the children, AKF, BARAN, SHDP and other stakeholders for their constant supports in programs implementation which has enabled us to serve our people in a better way and to meet their needs. Meanwhile, CAF highly appreciates its prime partner, the community members, in its operation area for their close support and cooperation.
I would like to acknowledge the significant contribution of CAF’s board of trustee and whole CAF team on all the achievements during the year 2014 (corresponding to 1393). My special thanks and appreciation is from the provincial staff, health facilities staff and community volunteers who are the frontline for preventing and fighting against the diseases, injustice and unawareness.
At the end; all what I would like to say and focus on; is that we must try our best to search ways to make this country a place for a better life so that all people live in peace and far from all the diseases, injustice and unawareness. Besides I would like to request all to contribute either financially or morally so that we achieve our shared goals.
Thank you for your supports
Care of Afghan Families (CAF)