News The construction of a school by the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) in a war frontline has built hopes and brought smile to the face of children and residents of Olkhel village in Wardak Province.
News 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.
Press release The Afghan government has announced that boys should resume secondary school classes after a one-month hiatus. SCA finds it deeply concerning that the statement has no mention of girls’ right to education.
News Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA)’s Wardak Regional Management Office (WRMO) resumed its Education and Rural Development activities after a short pause due to the new political developments in the country. The Health Services delivery in all health facilities including the provincial hospital were running without pause.
News The Taliban have taken control of Afghanistan and there is great uncertainty about the future. Despite this situation, SCA’s work continues. We are adapting but working with the same vigour – it is our responsibility and our duty. The world must not fail the civilian population.
News Ghamai 72 is an Afghan elder living in Tarnawi village of Diamirdad district in Wardak province. He expresses satisfaction and gratitude for SCA providing health services in Tangi Sayedan, a remote area through a Comprehensive Health Center (CHC+).
Interview In response to the questions “How beneficial are our health services? If the health services delivery stop, what will happen?” Dr. Hafizullah Malang, SCA Sehatmandi Project director in Wardak Province says: “Most of the People in our society live under the poverty line, so if the health services stop, it will have negative impacts on our society.
Press release Fighting between the government and the Taliban has increased in recent months in Ghazni province. The deteriorating security situation has forced many schools to close. The Swedish Committee’s education programme has also been affected.
News In 2016, the Disability Project of Swedish committee for Afghanistan in the North, started physiotherapy trainings to train more physiotherapists. A total of 40 male and female students from northern provinces attended in this program which is graduated by the end of 2019.