What We Do2019-05-28T05:23:51+00:00

Capacity Building:

To develop the capacity of health care providers and Afghan professionals by conducting long and short term training courses and workshops. OCCD efforts were also focused on building the capacity of health staffs to improve the quality of primary health care. To process the training TNA was conducted at the beginning of year and based on that a comprehensive CSKT plan developed to implement during the year. A total 90 training sessions will be conducted and 3771 health workers (male and female will be received the training and project team are committed to implement the SCKT plan based on project work plan. These training and capacity building activities have a great impact on performance of health workers and health facilities to achieve the project goals and objectives. To meet the required training standard, OCCD equipped the training room and essential training material and as well as hired a professional and qualified master trainer to facilitate these training.

Community Based Health Care Activities:

OCCD as a community- based development organization has successful experience of implementing Community Based Health Care program as integral part of Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) in several part of Afghanistan. As a national NGO, OCCD remained closer to the community, worked with them and provided timely response to their needs and obtained their trust. This has further enhanced the organization’s capacity to work in challengeable areas. OCCD is well experienced in provision of CBHC and educating and deploying community health workers such as community midwives and community health nurses. OCCD has expanded the coverage of BPHS through training and supporting CHWs and FHAGs in remote areas; establishing female health Shuras at both HF and HP levels. Improving referral activities has been the core objective of the OCCD’s CBHC activities through CHWs and FHAGs. They were trained on detecting and timely referral of diseases requiring specialized care. OCCD believes that its past experience of extending coverage of health services through CBHC activities and improving of quality of health care through building required capacities in HFs as well as community are the main assets for the organization that enable the organization to undertake any challenges and come up with significant accomplishments.