• DENTAL AWARENESS

    The Maaji community being sensitized about Dental Health.
  • THE HADS TEAM.

    The HADS Team getting ready for the Dental Camp Activities in Maaji Refugee Settlement.
  • DENTAL EQUIPMENTS

    The HADS team organizing the dental equipments to be used for the on going activities in Maaji Refugee settlement.
  • DENTAL EXTRACTION

    The medical team treating one of the Maaji community member.
  • RADIO TALK SHOW

    HADS Team was hosted on a radio station in Adjumani to educate the community on matters of family planning,ANC, PNC and HIV/AIDS.
  • MOONLIGHT ACTIVITY

    People of Maaji community came through for various tests that were carried out during the moonlight session.
  • MOTORCYCLE HANDOVER

    The Country Director MTI,hands over the motorcycle documents to the programs officer HADS in Maaji Refugee Settlement.
  • YOUTH FRIENDLY CORNER

    One on one youth counseling on general health matters.
  • COMMUNITY DIALOGUE

    HADS medical team gets feedback from Maaji community on health issues.

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Welcome you to the humanitarian and development work of the Humanitarian Assistance and Development Services (HADS), an agency which is purely founded by a team of professionals who are collectively passionate about the predicament of the people in environments that are not ideal for humanity.

HADS was established in 2007 with a uniqueness to provide specialized and unrivalled range of humanitarian services ranging from logistics and supply chain management, education, self-reliance and livelihoods, environmental protection, child protection and family tracing, prevention and management of Sexual-Gender Based violence (SGBV), and total project management with special emphasis on monitoring and evaluation. More.....

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