We are working to achieve a peaceful and thriving Afghanistan.

Every day, our dedicated staff are on the ground providing life-saving support and long-lasting solutions for vulnerable communities. We need your help to continue this work.

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Empowering the youth of today to transform tomorrow

Afghanaid offers young women like Afsa the opportunity to take part in training and business courses alongside their school work, so that they can achieve their true potential, transform their futures and contribute to the development of their communities.

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Author: Natalia Deane

Rapid response to Badakhshan earthquake

On 9th May 2018, a 6.2 magnitude earthquake shook Badakhshan. Afghanaid has been on the ground, coordinating with other organisations in order to best support the affected communities.

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Author: Natalia Deane

Blazing a trail for women and girls

Afghanaid is working with communities like Massouda's to increase understanding and acceptance of women’s rights, and to change attitudes towards issues such as violence against women and early or forced marriage.

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Author: Natalia Deane

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    Poppy production continues to be a growing problem in Afghanistan. We are working in partnership with UNODC, to provide rural Afghans with viable alternatives to reduce the numbers of growers. Read more

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    Afghanaid has signed agreements with The Liasion Office, an Afghan NGO, to partner in a major four-year project to support rural families to better manage their natural resources. Read more

  • World Refugee Day

    Afghanaid is supporting returning refugee families, and the local communities, as they reintegrate into these communities and establish new, secure lives back in Afghanistan. Read more