Current Partners


Ministry of Public Health is the key partner of Afghan Family Guidance Association in providing reproductive health services and mother and child health services to the vulnerable population of the country.  


International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) is the core and primary source of AFGA funding for its program implementation. AFGA is making joint advocacy efforts on Reproductive Health (RH) with other stakeholders to achieve policy and legislation change. Through IPPF Core funding, AFGA is delivering a quality integrated package of essential services through 9 Family Welfare Centers and 4 community outreach midwives in five provinces of Afghanistan. 


Stream-III: Stream 3 Emergency Response Project is an IPPF humanitarian internal fund. AFGA and IPPF are committed to providing Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) to the affected population during/post-crisis. In 2023, Stream-III has supported AFGA to provide MISP services to the affected population from:

  • Stream-III Earthquake Emergency Response Project in Herat Province through 3 mobile health clinics. 


The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is the United Nations SRH agency. Their mission is to deliver a world where every pregnancy is wanted, every childbirth is safe, and every young persons potential is fulfilled. AFGA is a crucial partner of UNFPA at the country level. AFGA has been implementing a number of projects/initiatives in reproductive health, family planning, humanitarian, and youth, through UNFPA financial support.

Japan Supplementary Budget (JSB)

The Japan Supplementary Budget (JSB) is a project that the Japan Government supports. It provided essential RH services at the community level in 10 provinces of Afghanistan through 45 competent Community Outreach Midwives (COMs) and 60 Family Health Houses. Supported by JSB, AFGA provided access to comprehensive IPES and MISP increased with a specific focus on the prevention of Postpartum Hemorrhage (PPH) and screening and managing preeclampsia and eclampsia throughout the year 2023.


Through financial support of NORAD, AFGA implements a project with the goal of saving the lives of women and girls through Improving Reproductive Health (RH), and Maternal and Child Health (MCH) provides quality RH and MCH services through a multi-pronged, community-led approach in 10 rural provinces of Afghanistan. This project provided its services through 34 Community Outreach Midwives in 10 provinces of Afghanistan through home visits, family health houses, one satellite health clinic in Paktika Giyan District and 2 MHTs in Balkh Province for the provision of essential reproductive and MCH care.


The Local Health System Sustainability (LHSS) project supported by USAID, led by Abt and implemented by AFGA provides ultrasound services through 4 ultrasonologists in Rabia Balkhi, Balkh, Herat and Nangarhar Static Clinics. Besides, AFGA provides community-based services through 10 Community Outreach Midwives (COMs) in Kabul Province pre-urban areas.  

All Partners