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.


Girls who study today could become tomorrow's leaders

Despite significant improvements in education over the last decade, still only 32% of adolescent girls in Afghanistan can read or write. Afghanaid is working to change this.


Author: Natalia Deane

Contextualising women’s rights in Islam

Over the past few months, we have hosted a series of conferences and workshops in different areas around Kabul province to raise awareness of women’s rights within the context of Islam and campaign for a greater respect for women's rights within the local communities.


Author: Natalia Deane

Milking business success

Tajwar (centre) is a hardworking mum from Fayzabad in Badakhshan. She used to spend her days in the home, but since receiving training and enterprise development support from Afghanaid, her life has been changed forever.


Author: Natalia Deane

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Latest news

  • Afghanaid scales up response to refugees

    In September we launched a new project to support returning refugee families, and the local communities, as they reintegrate back into these communities and establish new, secure lives back in Afghanistan. Read more

  • The Elimination of Violence against Women

    Although the issue of gender rights has made significant legislative progress in Afghanistan over the last decade, the country continues to be one of the most difficult places in the world to be a woman. We have been working to change this. Read more

  • Finding sustainable solutions to the poppy problem

    Despite concerted efforts, opium poppy production continues to be an issue in Afghanistan. We recently launched a two-year project to find a solution to this growing problem. Read more