Halema is no more perceived a disabled
Halema Rahmani, 23, lives in Mazar city of Balkh Province. She has disability in her leg.
Aid should, and does, help civilians
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, SCA, welcomes the scrutiny of aid efforts in Afghanistan by journalist Magda Gad and the Swedish tabloid Exp
Daniel Madhani new country director at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, SCA
As of this Monday November 18, Daniel Madhani is the new Country Director for SCA, one of Afghanistan’s biggest NGOs with approximately 6,000 Afgha
The menstruation project leads to more girls attending school
Faranaz Anwari attends school in a rural area south of Mazar-e-Sharif in the province of Balkh.
Threats from the Taliban are common for midwife Maryam
Maryam bagan her midwife training at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan in 2010.
Home based intervention of the Disability Program Impact Evaluation Study (DPIES)
The study conducted in 13 provinces of Afghanistan where the program is implemented through four Regional Management Offices in Ghazni, Jalalabad,
SCA calls for protection of civilians, its medical staff and health facilities
Following the issuance of a press release, the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) hereby addresses all parties involved in the war, during a j
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.
Zarmina’s hard work makes her achieve big
In 2015, when she heard about Rural Development Programme’s Self-help groups, she joined one of them.
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan celebrate the International Women’s Day
The event started with the recitation of the Holy Quran and national anthem.
SCA strongly condemns attack on health clinic in Wardak province
The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, SCA, strongly condemns an attack the night between July 8-9 on one of SCA’s health facilities in the Tangi Saidan area of Daimirdad district in Wardak province. Four people are confirmed dead and one is missing.
SCA supports National Teacher Elected Council in Kabul
Swedish Committee for Afghanistan on May 14, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with National Teacher Elected Council (NTEC) in Kabul.