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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“Now I know that my community can face the future with confidence!”

In Orza's village, life has always been touch but increasingly frequent natural disasters are devastating their rural livelihoods on a yearly basis. We supported her community to prepare for disasters and build a brighter, more sustainable future.

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Author: Natalia Deane

Adapting to a changing climate

Afghanaid works with people like Ali, giving them the training and equipment they need to adapt to an ever-changing environment and lift themselves out of poverty. Ali has used his new skills to build his own business and become self-sufficient.

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Author: Natalia Deane

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

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  • In 2018, our work will reach over

    1683000

    vulnerable people in Afghanistan

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