The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan has been working in Afghanistan for more than thirty years. We have more than 5 000 employees working in different parts of the country.
This is what we do
More than 2.6 million patients visited the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan health facilities in 2017.
In 2017, SCA supported 368 Community Development Councils, providing advice on planning, budgeting, advocacy and technical assistance in construction.
In 2017, SCA facilitated 2016 community-based self-help groups, as well as 32 saving and loan association, providing training, microloans and investment strategy support.
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Women and Girls Have Right to Travel Without Being Harassed
Harassment in public transport has become a serious issue for women and girls in Afghanistan and particularly in Kabul city.
Posters will make Afghan men start talking about gender
As a tool for awareness raising SCA has created 17 posters with messages about gender-based violence, early marriages, women´s right to participate in society and choose their spouse. The posters will be spread and discussed in rural communities through boys and men activist groups. You can download the posters on our site.
“In future I want to be a midwife to help my society”
Sabera 33, one of the Coaching Classes student, that has been supported by Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) in Chahardeh village, Yakawlang
Based on the BSC survey the healthcare services improved in Wardak and Laghman provinces
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) that provides healthcare programs through 129 health facilities in Wardak and Laghman provinces, as per
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