Care for Afghan Families (CAF)
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Care of Afghan Families (CAF) is a non-governmental, non-political, not for profit and independent organization.
The organization has been established in Kabul and registered in Ministry of Planning of Islamic Transitional Government of Afghanistan in January 1, 2003 and the Registration is No 946. CAF is also reregistered with the Ministry Of Economy based on the requirement of the government and the registration number 68 dated September 29, 2005. Care of Afghan Families (CAF) is an initiation of senior Afghan staff from other international organizations that have many years of working experience in Afghanistan. The aim of founders of CAF was to transfer the experiences and expertise from several international organizations to an Afghan organization in order to ensure the sustainability of efforts as well as provide opportunities for Afghans to use their full potentials in humanitarian and development activities.
Currently, (2011) CAF has total of 1211 full time paid staff, 1500 Community Health Workers (volunteer), 826 Health Posts, 1335 Health post level shora, 113 health facility health shora. CAF is running 82 health facilities, which includes 1 provincial hospital, 6 District Hospitals, 16 CHCs, 2 CHC+, 45 BHCs, 10 sub-centers and 2 mobile teams in Takhar, Badakhshan and Kunduz provinces of Afghanistan.