Afghanistan’s community-driven development is on track despite challenges
The findings of the study indicate that the CCAP has so far made good progress towards achieving its targets.
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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.
Men and Boys Engagement for Gender Equality in Afghanistan
Swedish Committee for Afghanistan convened a conference entitled "Sharing Learning and Experiences: Men and Boys Engagement for Gender Equality in
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
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Daniel Madhani new country director at the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, SCA
- My driving force is to work for the most vulnerable people.
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,