Vision:1. To address human dignity and quality of life for all types Persons with disabilities, their families’ members both male/female 2. AOAD’s lobbying for change the discriminative law for persons with disabilities of the Afghanistan government with equalization and full right for all type of Persons with disabilities according to the CRPD .
Lobby for the equal employment according to the 3% employment quota of persons with disabilities by the government of Afghanistan.
AOAD Goals :
Goal 1:Eliminate physical barriers to inclusion by increasing access to opportunities and independence for persons with disabilities.
Goal 2: Improve access to safe, affordable integrated schools with inclusive communities.
Goal 3: Eliminate extreme poverty through skills development vocational training for long-term self/help jobs.
Goal 4:Mainstreaming persons with disabilities witht socio-political agenda as equal participants Goal 5:Equality, justice and full participation of persons with disabilities as agent of change
Goal 6:Enhance political participation of persons with disabilities in the political agenda with equality.
Objectives of AOAD:
1. Equality in socio-economical development
2. Mainstreaming persons with disabilities in political agenda
3. Equality and Empowerment
5. Physical Access and Design for All
Director and Management:
Executive Director: Abdul Khaliq Zazai AOAD Founder
Country Representative of GAATES Canada for Afghanistan
Mr.Sajim Pardes, Mr. HayatullahWahdat, Eng: Omar Gul Moqbel & Dr.Atiqullah Ahmadzai
AOAD’s registered with the Ministry of Economy of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan with the registration number of (956). AOAD also registered with the Ministry of Women Affairs of Afghanistan for gender mainstreaming especially mainstreaming the women/girls with disabilities in any development agenda of Afghanistan.
AOAD signed official MoU with the Ministry of Education of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan for being partner for improving the physical accessibility with full adaptation for the easily access of children and adults with disabilities in the government schools according to the conceptualize standards of UNICEF.