About Us

Union Aid (UA) was established by a group of Afghan professionals having solid educational background and extensive work experience in public health management, financial management, sustainable livelihood development and crisis management.

In July 1979 in Peshawar, Pakistan, Union Aid was initially registered with SAFRON, the Pakistan Government authorised agency granting permissions to international firms to operate inside Pakistan. Union Aid was serving Afghan Refugees and host communities living in/around residential camps through various projects such as running basic health units, hospitals, labor rooms, first aid trainings, artificial limbs; construction of clinics, hospitals and vocational training centers, vocational training, scholarship program, distribution of milk & distribution of relief goods during man-made and natural disasters.

Union Aid is currently implementing; 1) Integration of Displaced People Project in Northern Afghanistan – Balkh, Jawzjan and Samangan provinces; and 2) Basic Health Care for Returnees, Internally Displaced People and Host Communities in the Province of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Vision

Union Aid envisions a safe and just society where all humans regardless of their ethnicity, tribe, language, and religion receive equal benefit from development funds, processes, and work together for a safe and better world.

Mission

Union Aid is a non-government, non-profit organisation working for the under privileged humanity. Our mission is to serve without prejudice all humans in need regardless of their ethnicity, tribe, language, and religion.

Goal

Union Aid aims to develop societies where the privileged and under privileged live together in harmony. Our goal is to provide every human being with the basic necessities of life like food, shelter, security, education, and health care.

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