Projects

Afghan Women’s Mission funds a variety of projects in Afghanistan and the refugee camps of Pakistan. Click on the links below to learn more about our projects.

  • Health care Among the various healthcare projects run by RAWA is Malalai Clinic in Khewa. The clinic is run by a team that includes a medical doctor, a child specialist, a gynecologist, 3 nurses, a lab technician, a pharmacist, a registrar, a service worker, a driver and a security guard.
  • Education The Afghan Women’s Mission works closely with RAWA, the Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan to fund education for primarily Afghan children, but also adult women and men. RAWA runs eight schools in the cities and refugee camps of Pakistan, providing education to nearly two thousand girls and boys at primary, secondary and high ...
  • Self-Sufficiency RAWA’s projects on self-sufficiency fall into two categories: Sustainable development in rural areas, and income generation in primarily urban areas. RAWA is active in the remote Eastern rural area of Farah Province, working with farmers to promote sustainable living. In particular, RAWA has funded the repair and maintainence of canals to bring water to villages ...
  • Emergency Relief As the U.S. and its allies began unleashing their military power upon Afghanistan in 2001/02, millions of Afghans were already living in miserable conditions both inside and outside Afghanistan. These conditions were brought about by decades of war, foreign interference, despotic government rule, drought, famine and a collapse in the economic system. With an impending ...
  • Orphanages It has been estimated that there are 28,000 children living in the streets of Kabul. This does not include the other cities or villages in Afghanistan or in Pakistan that also have their share of homeless children. It also does not include children who are living with one or both parents, but whose parents are ...
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