1.7 million patients
received healthcare in SCA clinics.
104 000 students
were educated in SCA schools. 59% were girls.
3.525 children with disability
were enrolled in SCA's preparatory classes.
88 000 people
in rural areas have received training or some kind of support to help strengthen their livelihoods.
Press release On July 11, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), the de facto authorities, issued a directive suspending “all of Sweden’s activities in Afghanistan”. Consequently, some activities of the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA), have been paused. SCA stands firm in its commitment to support the Afghan people and will do its utmost to secure the […]
Press release The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan, SCA, is seeking dialogue with the de facto authorities of Afghanistan to clarify if the directive of July 11 to suspend all Sweden’s activities in Afghanistan will affect our organization. SCA is a non-governmental organization established in 1980 as a solidarity movement, from people to people, to support Afghans’ right […]
News For a second school year, secondary schools in Afghanistan have opened without the presence of girls.
Swedish Committe for Afghanistan in Kabul SCA is committed to stand with the most vulnerable people in Afghanistan.
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.
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.