SADA develop monthly, quarterly, mid-term, and final project progress reports and share it with the donors on timely manners. The final Report includes the followings:
Beside SADA reporting principles the Organization considers and gives high importance to Donor requirements of reporting as per as requested in the projects agreements.
•Description of overall project program, Successes and challenges encountered during the implementation of the project;
•Analysis and inspection of the overall goal and/or objectives with a focus on how much the system is improved.
•Photos of project in progress, briefings and the closing ceremony.
•Suggestions regarding how project improved people’s livings and that would be reflected in progress report.
•At the end of each month, progress narrative report + pictures are submitted.
•At the end of each three months, quarter/three month’s financial is submitted
Social Association for Development of Afghanistan (SADA) is a non-governmental, non-for-profit and non-political Humanitarian and Development organization. SADA was founded in 1994 when Afghanistan was severely affected by internal war and access to any humanitarian facilities and services was practically debarred.
SADA was established with a vision of “To alleviate poverty and human sufferings to see educated, self-reliant, peaceful and developed Afghanistan” by enhancing access to quality and free education, improving health system, upgrading local agriculture & irrigation systems, increasing awareness around hygiene and sanitation, and advocating for the rights of women & children.
SADA has started its first operation in Kandahar province by implementing a UNOPS funded WASH project with the total fund of $12,657 in 1996. SADA gradually expanded its operations across the southern region by establishing partnerships with UNOPS, UNDP, UNWFP, UNICEF, UNHCR, Malala Fund, Street Child – Children in Crisis, GPE, JICA, Action Aid, ZOA Refugee Care, Royal Netherland Embassy, PRT and the government of Afghanistan.
SADA has been able to successfully implement over three hundred small and large humanitarian and developmental projects in various sectors across the country. Those projects have greatly contributed in improving the living conditions of hundreds of thousands needy people. SADA built up strong relationships with communities and gained a particular acceptance among the local people.
SADA is headquartered in Kabul and currently has sub offices in Kandahar, Zabul, Helmand, Sari-Pul, Faryab and Urozgan provinces. On the basis of service delivery, the organization has good reputation among donor organizations, government officials, Community elders and other stakeholders.