Health Services

Gulf Training and Development Organization providing their services in Health Care department such as Children Health care, Polio Vaccine, Influenza Vaccine, Malarial Vaccine, Measles Vaccine, Viral Vaccine, any kinds of Allergy Vaccine, Narcotic Drags, Pregnant Female Care, Baby Health Care and threatened abortion, ante-partum hemorrhage, pre eclampsia, etc.
GTDO have been established Maternal and Child health Centers around the Afghanistan, GTDO provide at Home care services for ante – natal care where ante – natal care is provided to mothers. High-risk pregnancies are identified. Anemia is treated, nutrition advice is given and fetal

For Children care GTDO provides Polio Vaccine, Influenza Vaccine, Measles Vaccine, and Viral Vaccine for new babies’ prevention of these diseases.

Malaria is a parasitic disease of protozoan of the plasmodium genus that causes infection of red blood cells (RBCs). GTDO also care the infected persons form different types malarial diseases likes Plasmodium vivax (P.v.), Plasmodium ovale (P.o), Plasmodium malaria (P.m) and Plasmodium falciparum (P.f) etc.

Providing helth care through:

Maternaty home
Treamtment of narcotic edict patients 
Anouncments of anti narcotice and anti alcohalic programs
Aids HIV Prevention Anoumcment programs

Greetings From Gulf Training & Development Organization.

Human Especially in developing countries like Afghanistan, are highly deprived of their rights. They are suffering from the burden of life. They are looked as second sex and the lowest creature having no right in their houses and community. They are given no right of education, participation and decision making in the house or community affairs. Because of poor health condition, they have no access to doctor or medicine that is why hundreds of women are died when they are pregnant or born child.
In order to overcome the inequitable condition and problems which are women facing we came together to find a way to get in touch with the most deprived people in the community and make them aware of their rights. We wanted to form an NGO (organization) officially, but it was not easy, besides most risky too, under the rule of Taliban.