More than 50,000 people with disabilities benefits from SCA's services each year
As this year the theme focuses on “disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World”, SCA encourages the importance of creating
SCA inaugurates pipe scheme and road construction projects in Shigal district of Kunar province
The construction of these networks took 8 months and the project is worth around 19 million Afghanis.
Courtesy Meeting with his Excellency President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani
In the meeting, Dr. Ahmad Khalid Fahim, Deputy Country Director and Mr.
SCA celebrates International White Cane Safety Day
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan is one of the non-governmental organizations that has been working for thirty years to ensure the basic right
SCA’s Country Director and Programme Director visits health programme activities in Chak and Sayed Abad districts of the Wardak province
In addition to the provision of primary and secondary healthcare services through the network of 77 health facilities including a provincial and tw
SCA’s resources and response to COVID-19 is intact in Wardak region
The SEHATMANDI project in Wardak provides health services to over 650,000 people in 2000 villages through 78 health facilities including newly esta
SCA strongly condemns attack on MSF supported hospital in Kabul
“We strongly condemn the attack on the MSF supported hospital in Kabul.
Celebrating International Day of Midwives
Midwives play a very significant role in health services provision.
SCA continues to operate in Afghanistan during COVID-19 pandemic
The SCA’s COVID-19 response team has been actively monitoring the situation and has taken necessary measures to fight the pandemic.
Aid should, and does, help civilians
In the articles, Gad refers to several unidentified individuals commenting "… the unusually good relationship between the Taliban and the Swedish C
Daniel Madhani new country director at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, SCA
- My driving force is to work for the most vulnerable people.
Forty-two health facilities run by SCA in Wardak closed by Taliban
Following last week’s deadly attack by ANSF forces in Wardak against The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) the Taliban have forced SCA to close all health clinics and a hospital in Wardak province. This affects provision of health services to hundreds of thousands of people, particularly women and children.