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.


Healthy animals make for healthy families

Almost 80% of Afghans live in rural areas, however very few know how to properly care for their animals. Thanks to training from Afghanaid and the extra money she has earned, Hafiza can now afford to feed her family and pay for her grandchildren's school materials.


Author: Natalia Deane

Building resilience to natural disasters

In mountainous villages like Miami Qad in Bamyan, floods and avalanches destroy livelihoods on a yearly basis. The ARC has helped families like Abdul's to better prepare for and respond to natural disasters.


Author: Natalia Deane

The great Afghan bake-off

Sohila has been baking her way out of poverty since we first helped her improve her baking skills back in 2014. Since then, she has started her own business and transformed her family's life.


Author: Natalia Deane

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Latest news

  • Afghanaid receives certificate for work in Nangarhar

    We are proud to announce that this week Afghanaid received a certificate from the Provincial Governor for our work in Nangarhar province, with special thanks for our activities and coordination. 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

  • 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