ABOUT

ODSAD

The Organization for Development Services and Agricultural Development (ODSAD) is a national
humanitarian organization committed to providing relief and development assistance to
Communities in need. We are a non-governmental, non-profit organization, guided by principles
of impartiality and integrity. ODSAD operates independently of political, sectarian, or partisan
Affiliations, focusing solely on delivering aid where it is most needed.

In the current post 15th August 2021 scenario, over 75% population lives below the poverty line and this crunches women ...

Education is a key element which effects any society’s economic and social development. Before regime change in Afghanistan

Our assessment indicates the fact that children constitute one of the the most vulnerable social group in Afghanistan.

We have a well-established human resource development cell, headed by a technical expert and advisors,

A country like Afghanistan there has always been the need to respond for humanitarian assistance and emergency needs.

Justice in Afghanistan is a complicated business. Before Taliban regime, two justice systems

We’re experienced professionals

Board Director

Executive Director

Deputy Director

Program Manager

M&E Manager

HR Manager

Finanace Manager

Admin/Logistic Manager

Operation Manager

Finance Specialist

Our Expertise

ODSAD is one of the leading organisation, with the expertise to work for women, and child rights, women protection, access to justice, economic and political empowerment. The organisation strives to achieve the objectives both short and long term objectives with the support of specialized team headed by the experienced and trained professionals. ODSAD has expertise in the following areas:

COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION

AWARENESS RAISING

CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT

NETWORKING & LOBBYING

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Projects Implemented
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12 +
Donor & Partner
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14 +
Years experiences
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352 +
Staff & Volunteers

Geographical Coverage

  • Kunar Province
  • Nangarhar Province
  • Balkh Province
  • Kabul Province
  • Kapisa Province
  • Parwan Province
  • Wardak Province
  • Nuristan Province
  • Laghman Province
  • Samangan Province
  • Sar-e-pul Province
  • Khost Province
  • Jowzjan Province
  • Bamyan Province