The Ministry of Public Health of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan places reducing maternal and neonatal deaths and improving the quality of reproductive health among its top priorities. Afghan families deserve the highest possible standards of reproductive health. With this Strategy, the Ministry demonstrates its continued commitment to achieving its goal of making quality reproductive health services available to all families in Afghanistan.



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RMNCAHD Strategy Mid-Term Review Workshop

RMNCAH Strategy Mid-Term Review workshop The RMNCAH Strategy (2017-2021) Mid-Term Review workshop (MNH strategic area) was held on April 1st 2019 from 9:00 am till 3:00 pm, the participants from relevant directorates of MoPH, WHO, HEMAYAT, AKDN, AMA and AFSOG participated in the workshop. One group worked on Newborn Strategic area while another group on Maternal […]

RMNCAHD Coordination Meeting Feb 20, 2019

RMNCAHD conducted coordination meeting on Feb 20, 2019. Dr. Zelaikha Anwari formally inaugurated the meeting and introduced the agenda points. During the meeting the following points disused. Early essential newborn care introduction presented by Dr. Adela Mubashir from WHO office. Coordination between RMNCAHD and Mental Health Department on assessment and monitoring of midwives on psychosocial […]

Study Visits

MCH Home-Based Records Vitalization

This workshop intended to bring national governments, WHO, and UNICEF staff together with design professionals and other experts to maximize the role that home-based records can play in generating demand for vaccines and improving service delivery to ensure that more children receive vaccines on time. The workshop that took place in Colombo, Sri Lanka, from […]

Facility Based Newborn Care (FBNC)

The Facility Based Newborn Care (FBNC) study visit and training workshop was organized in the Safdarjung hospital in New Delhi from 12th till 26th December 2016 with the financial support of UNICEF and technical assistance of India National Neonatology forum for 22 participants from 6 provinces of Afghanistan. The National Neonatology Forum (NNF) came into existence […]