The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan has been working in Afghanistan for more than thirty-nine years. We will continue to do so even now. We have more than 6,000 employees working in different parts of the country.
This is what we do
Throughout the year 2019, SCA received more than 1.6 million patient consultations, 49% of whom were women.
In 2019, SCA supported 522 communities in Wardak, Kunduz, Jawzjan, Balkh, Samangan and Nangarhar, providing advice on local council formation, representatives’ elections, development planning, budgeting, service delivery and advocacy
In 2019, SCA facilitated 652 community-based savings groups, and 12 producer groups, providing training, microloans and investment strategy support.
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After the Taliban takeover: What future awaits Afghanistan?
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan is organising its biennial international conference on November 11, 2021, in Stockholm. The conference will gather experts, policymakers, civil society, and academia to discuss the latest developments.
SCA demands respect for equal access to education
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) urges the Afghan government to facilitate the return of all girls to school.
The fourth wave of coronavirus; a potential threat to Afghanistan
Obaidullah Malangyar, 70, a resident of Nirkh district in Maidan Wardak province, has been admitted to the COVID 19 hospital run by SCA in Maidan S
SCA Wardak Regional Office resumed its activities after a few days pause
Mr. Shafiullah Sharifi paid a visit to Hazrat Omer-e-Farooq School building construction site.
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