It’s a challenge, working here.
Someone who has experienced this is Malohat Shoinbodova, Former Planning and Reporting Unit Manager, who is now working as Advisor under the same U
What we have learned from 15 years of foreign intervention in Afghanistan
As many others of the key note speaker Fahim Hakim, former vice chairperson of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, noted that coor
NGO message prior to Brussels meeting More money and better safeguarding needed for education
Both the Afghan government and the international community should dedicate more resources for education.
NGOs prior to Brussels meeting Increased spending on education is needed
Both the Afghan government and the international community should spend more money on education.
Healthcare is under attack and directly targeted in Afghanistan and in other warzones.
Kabul school team wins thrilling Cricket World Cup Celebration Tournament
Six teams including the British and Australian Embassies and Afghan school teams competed in a Cricket World Cup celebration tournament on Friday 4
SCA awarded international certificate on inclusive education
SCA has been awarded a certificate during the three days Zero Project Conference, confirming SCA’s commitment to service delivery, advocacy and cap
SCA condemns raid on health clinic in Wardak
During the night between 17 and 18 of February a raid was conducted to a health clinic run by The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) in Tangi Saidan, in Wardak Province
The Other Side of Gender Inequality: Men and Masculinity in Afghanistan
Research paper on Masculinity was formally unveiled by the SCA Country Director Mr. Jorgen Holmstrom and Dr. Chona R.
Representatives of National Teachers’ Elected Council gathered in Kabul
Office bearers of the National Teachers’ Elected Council and representatives of its zones sit together to endorse the proposed bylaws and code of c
Child registration for a healthy start to life
Every child has the right to be registered and have a healthy start to life, no matter where they live.
In anticipation of a new school
Soon the girls will move into a new and beautiful school. There the classroom will not be overcrowded and the classes smaller.