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Patients consulted SCA health care facilities during 2018.
Children with disabilities attend ordinary school classes with the support from SCA.
Out of 87 661 students in SCA schools are girls.
This is what we do
More than 2.6 million patients visited the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan health facilities in 2017.
In 2018, SCA supported 973 communities in Wardak, Kunduz, Jawzjan, Balkh, Samangan and Nangarhar, providing advice on local council formation, representatives’ elections, development planning, budgeting, service delivery and advocacy
In 2018, SCA facilitated 748 community-based savings groups, and 22 producer groups, providing training, microloans and investment strategy support.
We concentrate on most vulnerable groups in Afghanistan
We work to ensure that people in rural areas have the opportunity to support themselves and to control their own development.
In recent years the situation has improved in many ways, but women still face considerable discrimination and violence.
People with disabilities
People with disabilities are often met with negative attitudes and are shut out of social contexts making it very difficult for them to support themselves.
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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.
Girls from different districts but with mutual goals
In a big hall, a girl who traveled hundred kilometers to study and currently she is busy doing practical work in the skill lab of nursing school.
More and more people in Afghanistan are joining SCA as volunteering members
I am able, not disabled, says Manizha Baburi one of many SCA-members in Mazar, part of Kabul Local Chapter, and she continues: being a member is a
A child whose father was upset for his birth, is going to school now
Abdul Wakil, who is now 8 years old, was born in Ghazni province's Qala-i- Jawz area in a poor family.