Afghanaid responds to severe drought in Afghanistan

Afghanistan is currently facing a severe drought, leaving thousands of families across the country in need of immediate humanitarian assistance. We're coordinating with the World Food Programme and local partners in Afghanistan, in order to ensure that these vulnerable families have adequate food.Read more

Afghanaid's Humanitarian Heroes

This World Humanitarian Day, we're celebrating our inspiring members of staff - hear from just a few of our humanitarian heroes, who make it their mission to change and save lives in Afghanistan every day.Read more

Afghan women hold the power to drive change

Afghanaid is launching a major new project, funded by UK Aid Direct and the generosity of the British people, to enable women in Afghanistan to assert control over their own lives, the well-being of their families and the development of their communities.Read more

Afghanaid to boost sustainable use of natural resources

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

Cultivating alternatives to the growing problem

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

From Saplings to Success: helping communities to strengthen their roots

Families in rural Afghanistan face enormous challenges. Afghanaid is supporting these families to plant pine and fruit tree saplings: a relatively simple solution to their problems with far-reaching benefits.Read more