On a busy Kabul street traffic moves steadily with morning commuters. None slow or glance at the dirty sugar cane sack lying on its side in the middle of the median strip. Two street dogs lay guard at the foot of the sack. Next to them, cold ashes of a makeshift fire flutter in the […]
The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on the lives of the people of Afghanistan. There are fears concerning unreported cases, lack of access to healthcare, poor access to education, and the safety of women and children. In April and May, 13.4 million people were either in crisis or at emergency levels of food insecurity, with […]
Since the fall of Taliban, more and more women in Afghanistan have taken up public roles including as ministers, governors, police and even soldiers. More girls than ever before are now enrolled in schools with many going on to earn university degrees. Perhaps the biggest win in women’s progress, has been the acceptance of them […]
Affected by decades of conflict, Afghanistan is one of the most dangerous places in the world for a child. Thousands of children are homeless and living on the streets with no access to education, shelter and food. The children that roam the streets of Afghanistan suffer the most out of the entire population. Not only […]
Our New Hope House is Here! We are so proud to announce the completion of Al-Rahman Hope House in Badakhshan. We would like to thank our incredible supporters for making this possible. We will be taking in more orphans in the future, to help give the orphan children not only a roof over their head, […]
Celebrate Nowruz 2020 With Us! Come join us for a night filled with joy and celebration this Afghan New Year. We have put together an exciting free youth event for those aged between 18-35. With special guest speakers Mahboba Rawi and Mariam Veiszadeh we invite you for an evening filled with performances, a live DJ, […]
End of Year Newsletter 2019 As we approach the end of 2019, we look back at how much we have achieved this last year! Take a look at the recent projects we have been working on and see just how much your generosity has helped change the lives of those less fortunate in Afghanistan. Thank you […]
The first day of Eid in Kabul was a great success, hundreds of sheep were waiting to be sacrificed in the garden of the Hope House.
Over five months ago, families from the Kuran and Munjan districts of Afghanistan were forced to escape their homes to flee Taliban brutality. Those that escaped are now living within a camp, in a remote region of Panjshir Province.