Nomadic children (3184 girls) went to SCA supported schools, in 2014
Teachers received trainings in braille and sign language, last year.
Women were given health and literacy training through the course "Learning for Healthy Life", in 2014.
This is what we do
More than a million people have the right to healthcare fulfilled thanks to services provided by SCA.
SCA implements activities aimed to rehabilitation of persons with disabilities.
SCA support rural villages in order to strengthen the ability of the local community to formulate their own needs, claim their rights and implement projects.
Both women and men participate.
SCA support livelihood in order to improve capacity of community based organizations and diversify income opportunities. Vocational training plays an important role.
We concentrate on most vulnarebale societies in Afghanistan
We work to ensure that people in rural areas have the opportunity to support themselves and to control their own development.
In recent years the situation has improved in many ways, but women still face considerable discrimination and violence.
People with disabilities
People with disabilities are often met with negative attitudes and are shut out of social contexts making it very difficult for them to support themselves.
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Girl from SCA school killed by a rocket
A 14 year old girl was killed, and two 9 year old girls were wounded when a rocket hit their house in the village Sakaz Tapa, in Kunduz province.
Menstruation- taboo in Afghanistan
In Afghanistan the subject of menstruation is taboo as well as surrounded by myths and insufficient knowledge.
Moving forward despite disability
To say that Taj Mohammad is a vivacious young man, might sound like a cliché - but it's actually just the way it is.
SCA hospital has the best midwife in Afghanistan
Basic health care is something that every society should provide for its citizens. A right that no government should be able to escape.
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