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 2020

1.7 million patients

received healthcare in SCA clinics.

104 000 students

were educated in SCA schools. 59% were girls.

4 200 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.

This is what we do

Our focus - the most vulnerable groups in Afghanistan

Follow our work in Afghanistan

SCA the only health service provider in Maidan Wardak

Uncategorized Although recent political transition in Afghanistan has posed many challenges and constraints in the health sector, the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan remains committed to continuing to provide its health services in Maidan Wardak and other areas of its operations.

SCA brings hope to children of war survivors

Uncategorized The construction of a school by the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) in a war frontline has built hopes and brought smile to the face of children and residents of Olkhel village in Wardak Province.

After the Taliban takeover: What future awaits Afghanistan?

Uncategorized The Swedish Committee for Afghanistan is organising its biennial international conference on November 11, 2021, in Stockholm. The conference will gather experts, policymakers, civil society, and academia to discuss the latest developments.

Swedish Development Agency Pledges Support for Education in Afghanistan

Mazar Regional Management Office "We will continue our assistance in Afghanistan in the field of education," said Mrs Carin Jämtin, Director-General of Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), at a meeting yesterday, 21st April 2021.

The couple who traveled from Parwan to teach children in Paktika province

Ghazni Regional Management Office Bibi Zada and her husband, Mohammad Yousuf, came from Parwan province to Sharana, the center of Paktika province and here they work as teachers in a girls' school called Noorania which is run by the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan.

SCA provides clean drinking water facility to 9800 families

Jalalabad Regional Management Office Swedish Committee for Afghanistan handed over three access to clean drinking water projects in Goshta district of Nangarhar province, worth 3,9 million Afs which was implemented under CGLP (Community Governance and Livelihood Project) of SCA’s Rural Development Programme.