16ኛ መደበኛ ጠቅላላ ጉባኤ
የኤች አይ ቪ ፓዘቲቭስ በጎ አድራጎት ማህበራት ህብረት ለጤና እና ልማት (NAPHAD) 16ኛዉ መደበኛ የጠቅላላ ጉባኤ መጋቢት 18/2013 ዓ.ም በዳንግላ ከተማ ያካሄደ ሲሆን በጉባኤዉም የሚከተሉትን አጀንዳዎች በመገምገም አጽድቋል
- የስራ አመራር ቦርድ የ2020 ዓመታዊ የዕቅድ አፈጻጸም ሪፖርት እና የ2021 ዓመታዊ ዕቅድ
- የህብረቱ የ2020 ዓመታዊ የዕቅድ አፈጻጸም ሪፖርት
- የህብረቱ የ2020 ዓመታዊ የኦዲት ሪፖርት
- የህብረቱ የ2021 ዓመታዊ እቅድ
በመጨረሻም ጉባኤዉ ሲያገለግሉ የነበሩ የህብረቱ የቦርዶ አባላትን ስለነበራቸዉ አስተዋጾ የምስክር ወረቀት የሰጠ ሲሆን በተጨማሪም ተጨማሪ የዉጭ አካትን የቦርድ አባል ሆነዉ እንዲሰሩ ከተወያየ በኋላ በማስጸደቅ ጉባኤዉ ተጠናቋል፡፡
Executive Director Message
Network of Charitable Associations of HIV Positives for Health and Development (NAPHAD) was established on April 8, 2005 as Network of Charitable Societies of HIV Positives Associations in Amhara (NAP+) following the impacts of HIV/ADIS on PLHIVs, families of PLHIVs, OVCs and the community of Amhara region at large. NAPHAD legally registered as a local NGO in 2005 by the Regional Justice Office and re-registered in June 2011 by the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Charities and Societies Agency as Ethiopia Residents Charity Consortium under licence number 2348. In accordance with organizations of civil societies proclamation No.1113/2019, NAPHAD again re-registered by the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Agency for Civil Society Organizations under licence number 2348 on 22/07/2019 as a local organization.
NAPHAD, as a regional umbrella network having 160 member PLHIV Associations with about 60,000 registered PLHIVs of whom 72% are females. It is a learning organization which has been taking lessons from its past achievements and limitations to broaden its areas of intervention, program type, geographical coverage and fund base. To this regard, it has made paradigm shift from HIV/AIDS focused programmatic areas into health and development intervention. Currently, NAPHAD is being engaged in four pillars programmatic areas: Health (HIV/ADIS, nutrition, Sexual and reproductive health and hygiene and sanitation), Environmental protection, Gender and Youth Empowerment and Livelihood. Our guided principles are accountablity, transparency, inclusiveness, gender sensitivity, participation and engagement including multi-sectoralsim.