Happy Nawroz What an amazing achievement from our donors this Nawroz! Together you were able to raise over 365 school kits for our orphans in Afghanistan. Following the tradition of Nawroz, the incredible support we received has allowed us to provide essential school supplies and clothing to the children in our care. Normally, this gesture […]
Who can believe we are already a quarter of the way through 2019? If you’ve missed any of our updates over the past few months, be sure to have a read of our April newsletter!
Mahboba’s End Of Year Message
My dear friends,
As 2018 draws to an end, I remember my friends and remind myself of all my blessings. Because of your kind support, this year has been another great year…
My experience in Afghanistan: the country, not the war.
Mahdi Housaini used to volunteer at our office in Sydney while he was in university, visiting local schools as an Ambassador of Mahboba’s Promise. He is now in Afghanistan, working with children of Panjshir Valley Hope House. Since I was a little boy, like many immigrant children, I heard stories of the Motherland. The memoirs […]
Meet Ali, Our Youngest Ambassador.
At just eight-years-old, Ali is our youngest Ambassador. Ali is Mahboba Rawi’s Grandson, and is very passionate about the work his Grandmother does. One day after school, Ali came home and told his Grandmother that he wanted to start his own business that would help children in Afghanistan. This business would involve Ali selling Afghan […]
Qurban Success 2018
Everyone at Mahboba’s Promise is sincerely grateful for the generosity of our Donors during this year’s Qurban Appeal.
From Dependency to Self Sufficiency
The great charity debate: why it’s time to change attitudes towards 21st century charity work.
The unparalleled importance of Girls’ Education
When we educate women from a young age, we are saving millions of lives from malnutrition, child mortality, maternal mortality and poverty.
The Youngest Supporter Of Mahboba’s Promise!
Meet Natalia! Being only 7 years old, Natalia is one of the youngest supporters of Mahboba’s Promise.