Water filters were delivered to displaced families affected by a landslide in Badakshan in May 2014, which killed hundreds and left thousands displaced.
Training of Medical doctors
BDN Global supported Afghan doctors to become better prepared to handle issues of reproductive health.
School for disabled children
400 disabled children in Afghanistan are now having access to education thanks to BDN Global's support.
A training program for midwifes in the province of Herat with the aim of developing better birth assisting skills, especially in emergency situations such as hemorrhage, eclampsia and premature delivery.
Bakhtar Development Network Global was registered in 2011 in Geneva, Switzerland, as the European representative office of BDN office in Afghanistan. BDN Global has pledged to invest in communities at the grassroots level so they are empowered to succeed in their development process and escape poverty.
Our work aims at:
Improving the quality of health services through developing better professional knowledge for Afghan health professionals.
Building a global network of international institutions and organizations and establishing partnerships to support the work of BDN Afghanistan.
Develop programs of integrated community development
All with the final objective of address the grand health, sanitation and educational challenges facing the deprived communities and, improving the lives of those most in need
In 2014, BDN Global has been granted consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).
100 water filters sent to Badakshan province in response to landslide
BDN Global has responded to the disastrous landslide that happened last May by helping the relocated families get access to clean water. Read More
Woman gives birth to quadruplets in Herat province
A woman has given birth to quadruplets in western Herat province of Afghanistan. Read More