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 the only health service provider in Maidan Wardak
Abdul Baqi Niazi is a resident of Tukarak village in Nirkh district of Maidan Wardak province.
SCA brings hope to children of war survivors
The children of Olkhil village, who have long been deprived of their right to education and have always lived in turmoil in search of shelter again
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.
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.
SCA’s work continues in Afghanistan
The Taliban have dominated rural areas in much of the country for a long time, but now they have also taken control of Kabul.
Dr. Hafizullah Malang: “Our quality health services are very beneficial to communities”
Let me do a simple economic calculation: in our Health Facilities (HFs) on monthly basis 1,800 normal child delivery take place, if a single normal
Armed clashes force school closures in Ghazni
Since April 15, 2021, the district of Qarabagh, where SCA provides schooling, has been an active conflict zone.
Students that they are working as physiotherapist
Nazifa Rahman Neyazi and Mohammad Yasar Mohammadi from Samangan are two participants of this program and it is more than one year that they are wor
The government departments pledges to identify and solve the problems of people with disabilities
Swedish Committee for Afghanistan’s Disability Program facilitated the workshop with financial support from European Union under the project "Build