About RHD

About RHD

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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Background

Afghanistan has made significant progress in rebuilding its health system, despite years of continuous conflict. The National Reproductive Health Strategy 2006–2009 contributed to improving the health of the people of Afghanistan,

Guiding Principles

This reproductive health (RH) strategy is based on the following core values and operational principles, which are in line with the Ministry of Public Health’s mission and vision and with the National Development Framework.

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News and Events

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Consultative Workshop on Development of RMNCAH Strategy 2017-2021

ورکشاپ مشورتی انکشاف ستراتیژی ملی صحت باروری، مادر، نوزاد، طفل و نوجوانان ۲۰۱۷ – ۲۰۲۱ ریاست صحت باروری به اساس نقش رهبری کننده اش در راستای تهیه پالیسی ها، ستراتیژی ها و سایر اسناد تخنیکی پالیسی و ستراتیژی صحت باروری را در سال 2002 تهیه نمود. پالیسی و ستراتیژی صحت باروری چندین بار نظر به […]
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Job annoucment

Quality Improvement and Innovation Coordinator, please refer to below link: http://www.jobs.af/afghanistan/48293/quality-improvement-and-innovations-coordinator  

Study Visits

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Gender Issues

The Gender Department plays a key role in addressing gender equality and equity in the national health policies and guidelines. The main aim of this unit is to focus specifically on priority areas of RH, especially
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Nutrition

Prevention and treatment of malnutrition, support of healthy nutritional practices and micronutrient supplementation are the primary responsibility of the Nutrition Department, which has developed a