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“While I live and breathe I will work tirelessly to protect, heal and educate the women and children of Afghanistan.” – Mahboba Rawi, Founder of Mahboba’s Promise.
What We Are
Mahboba’s Promise is an Australian non-profit organisation dedicated to the women and children of Afghanistan. Founded in 1998, Mahboba’s Promise began its mission by helping to care for Afghan refugees who had been forced into a refugee camp in Pakistan by a devastating earthquake in Takhar, Afghanistan.
Our meeting with the new Australia Ambassador in Kabul
Shabana Wahabzada works in the Mahboba’s Promise office in Kabul. She writes here a brief report on the first meeting of the Hope House children with the new Australian Ambassador, Mr Richard Feakes at his residence.
Support Mahboba’s Promise by drinking coffee!
If you buy your coffee pods or beans for home or the workplace through Community Pod a portion of the funds go back to the community. Simply nominate Mahboba’s Promise as your charity of choice.
Screening Love Marriage in Kabul
Love Marriage in Kabul is a multi-award winning documentary that provides deep insight into the work of Mahboba and her organisation in Afghanistan.The film provides an excellent fundraising platform so that Mahboba’s Promise work can continue.
Contact us if you would like to host a screening.
Keep a Family Warm this Winter
As the peak of winter begins in Afghanistan, we’ve put together an appeal to provide warmth to those in need. It can be a desperately difficult time for those who cannot afford the basic essentials to stay warm this winter. Your generosity is needed for the disadvantaged families in Afghanistan. Read more.
Volunteering with Mahboba’s Promise
Volunteering with Mahboba’s Promise is a wonderful opportunity to work with an inspirational woman and make a difference to the lives of the people she helps.
We are always looking for a range of skills to help in the office including admin, marketing, fundraising and events management. Knowing that you are helping the vulnerable of Afghanistan can be a very rich and rewarding experience.