SCA works for a better future for Afghanistan, where human rights are respected and all citizens live in dignity, enjoy equal opportunity and social justice.

For an Afghanistan free from poverty, violence and discrimination

Selected results of our work in 2022

2.5 million patient visits

were made to SCA clinics and hospitals. Almost 1.4 million were made by women

133 000 students

were educated in SCA schools. 64% were girls.

3 450 children with disability

were enrolled in SCA's preparatory classes.

270 000 people

in rural areas have received training or some kind of support to help strengthen their livelihoods.

Our focus - the most vulnerable groups in Afghanistan

This is what we do

Follow our work in Afghanistan

Without SCA’s support, Nargis has lost hope

News Nargis, 14, has a hearing impairment. Her father, Mohammad Hussain, suffers from paraplegia, and his legs are paralysed. Both of them used to receive support from the Swedish Committee of Afghanistan (SCA), but since the suspension of SCA’s activities in July 2023, they haven’t received any further assistance. Now they are worried about their future.

“SCA saved our family from darkness.”

News Wazir Mohammad Dilsoz and six of his siblings are visually impaired. They used to get support from the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA), but after the organisation’s activities were suspended, their future is uncertain.

Suspension of SCA leaves thousands without orthopedic aids

News Habibullah has been waiting for a prosthetic leg since SCA’s activities were suspended.

Jalalabad Regional Management Office

16 women graduate from SCA’s midwifery school

SCA empowers the most vulnerable groups and local communities in northern Afghanistan

Swedish Committe for Afghanistan in Kabul SCA is committed to stand with the most vulnerable people in Afghanistan.

I want to become doctor

Swedish Committe for Afghanistan in Kabul Shakiba Amiri is one of the students of SCA's schools in Bamyan province. She wishes to become doctor in the future, to serve her community.

The fourth wave of coronavirus; a potential threat to Afghanistan

Wardak Regional Management Office The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) is working to use its resources to counter a new wave of coronavirus in Afghanistan. Since the spread of the coronavirus worldwide, SCA has vaccinated 47263 people and treated 3414 infected people in Afghanistan.