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.
Yasamin and Zabihullah want to help people by providing them physiotherapy services
Zabihullah and Yasamin are husband and wife who are fresh graduates of the SCA supported three years physiotherapy diploma training programme namel
Hospital Run by SCA in Maidan Shahr Made Great Improvements in 2018
In 2018 Maidan Shahr hospital climbed to third best hospital in all Afghanistan.
Women and Girls Have Right to Travel Without Being Harassed
Harassment in public transport has become a serious issue for women and girls in Afghanistan and particularly in Kabul city.
Posters will make Afghan men start talking about gender
As a tool for awareness raising SCA has created 17 posters with messages about gender-based violence, early marriages, women´s right to participate in society and choose their spouse. The posters will be spread and discussed in rural communities through boys and men activist groups. You can download the posters on our site.
"I wish we could implement our programmes without any disturbance"
Congratulations to the new job as Country Director in Afghanistan. What are the upcoming challenges for SCA?"Thank you.
MyChild Solution Evaluated in Afghanistan
In 2015 Shifo Foundation (Shifo), Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) and the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) in Afghanistan started a joint c
181 children graduate in spite of disabilities
“I am impressed by the strength and commitment these kids have shown.
Afghanistan is a very difficult country to deliver aid
Aid effectiveness study is a joint research and advocacy project between Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) and Oxfam to support an effective
Malena Rembe is the new Country Director of Swedish Committee for Afghanistan
“The SCA has been working in Afghanistan for more than 35 years to reduce poverty and empower communities and individuals.
Home based intervention of the Disability Program Impact Evaluation Study (DPIES)
An impact evaluation study of the home based intervention of the Disability Programme (DP) of Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) was carried o
How to act on #MeToo
There are many #MeToo´s in Afghanistan. Time to be responsible, boys and men!