Solidarity for Afghan Families


Human Resources at Solidarity for Afghan Families:

At present, SAF has (684) staff including (38) technical experts in the fields of public health, training and development, Nutrition, health management, community based health care, mother and child health, health Information management system, mental health & psychiatrics, social science, monitoring & evaluation, HIV/AIDS, harm reduction, health care financing, pharmaceutical management, laboratory, gender and research. We have (22) operational experts in the fields of finance, logistics, IT, security and administration, and (549) clinical staff including MD, nurses, midwives, pharmacist etc and (65) supporting staff. SAF also has 856 volunteer community health workers (CHWs) out of which 442 are females and 414 are male CHWs. The Solidarity for Afghan Families (SAF) considers the issue of gender mainstreaming and equity as an important factor for achieving the goals and objectives of its projects. The following table shows the proportion of male and female staff working with SAF as permanent staff, project staff and volunteers.

Categories Male Female Total
Program Staff 106 29 135
Project Staff 403 147 550
Volunteers(CHW) 414 442 856
Total 923 (60%) 618 (40%) 1541 (100%)

 
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