“a ray of hope and way forward”

Dr. Mohammad Naeem “Salimee”
Founder / Chairman

 

 

About 3 decades ago, I was the wittiness of ruined villages and broken souls with totally hopeless look in the war hit country Afghanistan. I was assured that these broken souls & hopeless looks of Afghan resident will once again make it to see their lives happily, full of hope and prosperity.

Despite of all the obstacles and various geopolitical problems created by neighboring countries still Afghanistan is going forward. One may think that the progress and development is stuck in Afghanistan but there is a magical progress and development in the faith and will of Afghans. Saying this by the following findings …….. Read more

 

Introduction to ALLOHA 

ALLOHA is registered with the department of NGOs in Ministry of Economy –Afghanistan and its national secretariat is based in Kabul.

The Asian Local Leaders Organization for Humanitarian Aid (ALLOHA); is an independent national Humanitarian and non-profit young organization which dedicated to work for the preservation of human and nature’s lives and dignity.

Even though young ALLOHA is an organization which is focused and committed in its activities and shares with others its experiences, findings and aspirations in the field of Humanitarian Aid and capacitating Local Leaders in Asia.

True to the name ALLOHA / NGO has a Humanitarian vision which is genuine and path breaking. The broad spectrum of activities and their success rate within a short span of time speak about the dedicated work done by ‘ALLOHA’.

We endeavor in a humble way to reach underprivileged and needy children, aged men and women in the conflict and give them an encouraging new rights of life. Through development, relief and advocacy, we strive to create lasting change in the lives of children and aged people. The working experience over the past 30 years of the founders of ALLOHA has shown that, if we limit our programs and investment to just directly impact the child, the change will not be sustainable. For sustaining and the well-being of children, we need to equip the families and communities socio-economically; hence, our approach to child well-being is community-based and involves multiple programs.

Our Humanitarian investment in children, aged men and women and their families and communities are often in areas such as:

Strengthening the Volunteer Young Local Leaders in Humanitarian assistance

Disaster Risk Reduction awareness and technics

Environmental Protection

The focus of ‘ALLOHA’ is not just limited to strengthening the young local leaders, but We provide support to aged people, as there is an urgent need to provide older people with the means to lead a full life where they are provided with medical care and nursing. They need to have access to information, entertainment and the right to make their own choices. Older people need to be able to lead a full life with dignity. ‘ALLOHA’ is committed in working for the welfare and empowerment of youth as well as the older persons.

‘ALLOHA’ aims to empower youth, nurture innate talents and develop their skills to enable them to fulfil their potential and prosper in their communities and in the world at large. At the ground level, ‘ALLOHA’ has taken initiatives to provide opportunities for capacity building to youths; to keep pace with technical and professional demands of emerging times. Yet more still needs to be done and we are on the path to empower the youths in our society. ALLOHA have always believe that through entrepreneurship, innovation and grassroots efforts, our young generation can transform this country, the next generation has the power to change this world for the better.

Vision

Vision

Vision

 ALLOHA’s vision is to see resilient and dignified Asian lives and to coordinate globally with likeminded groups and societies.

Mission

Mission

Mission

 The mission of ALLOHA is to make an effective contribution to empower communities against all types of disasters, and to promote local capacities mainly through media & Education and preserve human dignity.

Goals

Goals

Goals

 More effective and principled Humanitarian interventions that meet the need of affected Asian communities and maintain their dignity.

Objectives

Objectives

Objectives

Founded in April 2017, to advocate for humanity, registered as a national organization ALLOHA works to fulfill its mission through the following objectives:

  • To work with different humanitarian partners and Governments departments and contributing to fulfilling the WHS objectives set in 2016 in Istanbul Turkey and SFDRR-2015 Sendai Japan.
  • To work nationally, regionally and globally by raising awareness, building solidarity and partnership for a better humanitarian action,
  • To work towards establishing a National Humanitarian Database Centers (NHDC) in the country of operation and promoting Humanitarian researches,
  • To advocate for the implementation of International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and educating youth to influence and monitor the Humanitarian laws, policies and practices of state and non-state actors and of international and regional bodies and institutions.
  • Develop cultural diplomacy that contribute to Good Humanitarian Practices .

Publication

Volunteer Team

Volunteer Team

Dr. Mohammad Naeem Salimee
Dr. Mohammad Naeem Salimee Founding Member of ALLOHA PhD – in Development Studies Founder & Senior Advisor –
CoAR Involved in Humanitarian & Development, DRR work since 1989 www.coar.org.af / www.cen.af
Abdul Halim Halim
Abdul Halim Halim(Trustee – ALLOHA)
MA- Humanitarian Law Managing Director – CoAR Active Member of – HCT, AHF, ADRRN & etc Involvement in Humanitarian, DRR work since 1992 www.coar.org.af / director@coar.org.af
Sameera Noori
Sameera Noori (Founding Member of ALLOHA)
B.com & Environmental Engineering Volunteer Consultant for ALLOHA Involved in Humanitarian, DRR, Environmental issues & EiE since 2013 www.alloha.org
Zainab Khalid
Zainab Khalid (ALLOHA Volunteer Team)
PhD fellow in (physical geography)- China been an active volunteer during the flood and earthquake disasters in Pakistan and have worked with many national and international NGOs zainabkhalid@ciit.net.pk
Mr. Wafaurahman Wafa
Mr. Wafaurahman Wafa (ALLOHA Volunteer Team)
Master of Environmental Impact Assessment & Monitoring Kabul University Lecturer Deputy Head of Environmental Science Faculty, Involvement in DRR & Environmental Protection Training since 2010 wafaurahmanw@gmail.com
Dr. Sushma Singh
Dr. Sushma Singh (ALLOHA Volunteer Team)
Limnology of High altitude Specialization in Water Quality, Assessment, Plant Diversity, Climate Change, EIA, DRM Involved in Environmental Awareness Programs and DRM since 2009 – India sushsinghrathi1661@gmail.com
Tabasum Raji
Tabasum Raji (ALLOHA Volunteer Team)
Bachelor- IR Trainer and communications adviser, ALLOHA Involved in humanitarian and community activities since 2009 in Kabul-Afghanistan. tabo_raji2002@yahoo.com
Ms. Mahmooda Taqwa
Ms. Mahmooda Taqwa (Trustee – ALLOHA) M.A (Language & literature Media Program Manager )
Involved in DRR, Humanitarian, Environmental Protection and Civil Society Activist in Media Programs since 2011 www.gobat.net / mahmooda.taqwa@yahoo.com