Track Record

SSDA’s geographical overreach is 34 provinces. During the last eight years, SSDA with funding from different donors and funding agencies implemented 20 various projects, which were focusing on livelihood, WASH, Capacity Building of partners in CLTS, and relevant researches including: 

  1. Implemented a project on “Poultry Farming” in Kama District, Nangarhar Province, funded by HOPED
  2. Implemented two projects on “Improved Backyard Poultry”, a 30-Layer Model implemented in Kunar Province, funded by Kunar PRT
  3. In partnership with ARD Inc, SSDA carried the capacity building a very large scale for the national and international staff of ARD, MSH and other national NGOs through conducting CLTS trainings, coaching and mentoring, follow ups and supportive supervision-SWSS project, funded by USIAD.
  4. Conducted a study of Key Stakeholders Approaches to Water and Sanitation in Afghanistan including UNICEF, Tear fund, DACAAR, SCA, MoPH, MRRD, funded by World Bank
  5. Implemented a project on “CLTS and Women Health Awareness” in Kapisa, funded by Kapisa PRT
  6. Implemented CLTS projects in Kunar, Nooristan, Laghman and Nangarhar Provinces including third party monitoring of UNICEF’s interventions in Nooristan, funded by UNICEF;
  7. Capacity Building workshops on CLTS in Kabul for many government and non-government organizations, in partnership with UNICEF.
  8. Capacity Building workshops on CLTS for many government and non-government organizations in five zones of Afghanistan, in partnership with UNICEF.
  9. Implementation of CLTS/WASH project including Base-line and end-line surveys in Daikundy Province in CLTS Project, in partnership with UNICEF
  10. Conducted WASH Vulnerability Study throughout Afghanistan with funding from UNICEF Afghanistan
  11. Conducted CLTS Training for DACAAR Staff in Nangarhar, funded by DACAAR
  12. Conducted a baseline survey/ study on Child Friendly School Education” in 10 Provinces of Afghanistan for the MoE and UNICEF.
  13. Implemented a project on “Primary Stakeholders Consultations” in Nangarhar and Kandahar Provinces of Afghanistan, with funding from UNICEF
  14. In partnership with Royal Haskoning, conducted the assessment of Integrated Water Resources and Management Plan for Uruzgan Province, funded by Embassy of the Netherlands
  15. Implemented a project on “Carpet Weaving” in Muhammad Agha District, Logar, funded by US Embassy
  16. Implemented a Tailoring Project in Logar Province with funding from US Embassy;
  17. Implemented a Carpet Weaving Project in Asadabad city of Kunar Province, funded by US Embassy;
  18. Implemented Strong Food Project, funded by PRT Zabul, Afghanistan;
  19. Implemented Young Leader Forum Project in Kunar Province, funded by US Embassy in Kabul;

Approximately, SSDA supported 50,000 households throughout the years of its interventions. Moreover, SSDA has so far built the capacity of around 1,500 Master Trainers and Field Staff of the governmental and non-governmental organizations including ZOA, POWER, ACTED, DACAAR, IMC, and MRRD and MoPH.