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Afghanaid is an international humanitarian and development non-governmental organisation (NGO), created in 1983 specifically for the Afghans.

 

 

News and Media

October 2016

Panel Event: What Does the Future Hold for Afghan Women?

Climate change and disaster risk reduction in the spotlight at international Afghanistan conference

December 2015

Reducing the Impact of Climate Change and Disaster
Afghanaid and the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority sign MoU as part of the project 'Strengthening the Resilience of Afghanistan’s Vulnerable Communities Against Disasters' to help build capacity in reducing the risks and responding to disasters.

November 2015

Event Highlights - From Kabul to Cashmere: Finding a Common Thread
Thank you to everyone who joined us at the event From Kabul to Cashmere: Finding a Common Thread. I hope that you enjoyed the compelling discussions on politics, business and the human spirit. For those of you that were unable to make it, a full audio recording of the talks are now available. To view photographs from the evening, click here

Urgent Appeal: Badakhshan Earthquake

September 2015

Giving Women in Rural Afghanistan a Seat at the Table

July 2015

Snowmelt Causes Flash Floods in Badakhshan

Women in Work
Afghanaid works with thousands of women to help them learn new skills, start their own businesses, and support their families.

May 2015

The Afghanistan Resilience Consortium Launches a New Project to Reduce Vulnerability to Natural Disasters and Climate Change across Eight Provinces in Afghanistan

March 2015

Why every day should be International Women's Day

February 2015

Is aid work a selfish profession?

December 2014

Read more about Afghanaid
Our new brochure provides a summary of our work.

November 2014

Should we be Optimistic About the Future of Afghanistan?
Afghanaid's Managing Director, Charles Davy is interviewed in The World Weekly about future hopes and challenges for the country.

February 2014

Afghan women pledge to fight creeping return of oppression
The Sunday Times article (16.02.14) by Christina Lamb features testimony from Kubra, an Afghanaid beneficiary. "Before I couldn't even go to the bazaar on my own," she said. "Now our men have accepted women can go outside. My daughters go to school and one is wokring registering voters for the election."

October 2013

Afghanaid 30th Exhibition featured in the Independent
Knott so bad beeing 30

June 2013

Provincial Manager of Ghor, Homayoun Barak speaks to BBC Radio
Afghanaid's Homayoun Barak spoke with BBC Radio via skype from Ghor Province about the proposed peace talks, Karzai's response and the reaction of Afghans on-the-ground.

March 2010

ACBAR press release - NGO's are not a soft power
Highlighting the Impartiality of NGOs in Afghanistan

ACBAR Press Release - Where Aid money goes
Clarification on distribution of aid in Afghanistan

November -0001

Panel Event: What Does the Future Hold for Afghan Women?

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