Humanitarian Projects


Support to IDPs at Bagrami District: The MMRCA from its own capacity and influence of the management board has provided food and non food items to around 300 families to IDP’s camp in Bagrami District. Similarly it has launched free medical amps at frequent intervals in the same IDP camp.

Clean Village Project (WASH): This Project was funded by UNICEF, the scope of the project was to empower communities through the provision of two different but interlinked life promoting and behavior change services included the provision of WATSAN facilities and personal/community hygiene education in Kabul, Kapisa, Paktika and Paktia provinces under UNICEF annual work plan 2008 and 2009.

MMRCA through the involvement of CDCs at each village and through communities and families mobilization has conducted construction and health education activities included construction of family/community latrines and bio-sand Water filters. The project was started since first September 2008’ and ended in February 2009. Through this project MMRC-A was able to reach to ‘800’ families in Kabul, Kapisa, Paktia and Paktika by constructing one latrine to each family and to ‘120’ families in Kapisa by the provision of one bio-sand water filter to each family. MMRC-A has reached and provided awareness to ‘5000’ adult population and ‘1800’ school children.

Global fund TB control Project: MMRCA as a sub-recipient of the global fund round ‘8’ is awarded the TB control project by BRAC Afghanistan and has implemented the TB control related activities in Logar Province. The project was started in February 2010 and ended in March 2012.

Global Fund Malaria control Project Training component: MMRCA as a sub recipient of the GF round ‘8’ has implemented the Malaria control Project awarded by BRAC Afghanistan. The project was scoped to provide trainings and builds the capacities of local health staff in areas concerning the control of Malaria. The project was started in May 2010 and ended in Jan 2012.

Global Fund Malaria control Project Bed net distribution component: The project is funded by GF round ‘8’ and MMRCA as a sub-recipient has been awarded a grant by HN-TPO to provide technical support to the Malaria control project by the distribution of bed nets in Faryab and Logar Provinces. The project was started in June 2010 and ended in Dec 2011.

Jalasa-e-Sehie Jamia (JSJ) Project: The project was funded by Futures group as prime contractor of USAID and was implemented by MMRC-A,  in first round in four district of Ghazni and in the second round in four districts of Logar, Paktia, Takhar and Badakhshan Provinces. The third round was in four districts of Sar-i-pul and four districts of Heart provinces. This was COMPRI-A outreach community based project scoped in providing effective health messages and dispels misconception and barriers. The aim of the project was to promote the COMPRI-A quality reproductive and child public health products and safe water system, family planning and control of diarrheal diseases by establishing Jalasa Sehei Jamia (community health meetings) at village level separately for males and females.

Integrated Maternal and child health Nutrition project (IMCHN). The project is funded by UNICEF and MMRCA has to provide MCH, EPI and nutritional health services and support to the BPHS services implementing in Bagrami district. The project has started in June 2010 and ended in May 2011.

Medical Screening Project: The project was funded by MSJV as prime contractor of US Corps for the medical screening and checkup of national staff working in PRT Paktia. The project was implemented from July 2008-June2009 and totally ‘500’ PRT national staff has been screened in the first year of the project. The services included pick and drop of staff from their base-vice versa, complete physical examination and performance of the complete laboratory investigation and X-ray chest.

Support the Provision of Basic Packages of Health Services in Bagrami district of Kabul Province: The project was funded by the global partner and MMRC-A had provided technical and financial support to a health facility that is providing BPHS services in Kamari village of Bagrami district.

UNICEF Community Wells Rehabilitation Project: The project has been implemented in Paktya, Paktika and Khost Project with the following outcomes:

  • 350 community wells rehabilitated in all three provinces
  • Community based awareness in regards to infectious diseases control provided

Community based committee at each village for the operation, maintenance and sustainability purposes have been established.