MyChild Solution Evaluated in Afghanistan
As education for Children with Disabilities was a concern for parents of the children in Yakawlang district of Bamyan province and as Children with Disabilities are members of the communities and as they have the right to access education like normal children. Hence, the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan (SCA) kickoff education pilot project for Children with Disabilities in Yakawlang-Bamyan.
Oxfam and SCA, with the support of CAFOD have sought to commission a report assessing the level of aid effectiveness in Afghanistan. Broadly, the purpose of this report is to assess to what extent the international community and the government are fulfilling their commitments in terms of aid effectiveness, aid promises and disbursement. SCA and Oxfam intend to use the findings of this assessment to conduct evidence-based advocacy.
We, the 61 undersigned National and International Non-Government Organizations (NGOs), members of Agency Coordinating Body for Afghan Relief and Development (ACBAR), condemn in the strongest terms the atrocious attack on NGO offices in Jalalabad (Nangarhar) on Wednesday 24 January. It has been reported that there is a loss of at least 7 lives, more than 31 people injured, including five children. We would like to pass our condolences to the families of the victims of this atrocious attack.
August 1st, 2017 - Kabul
"I'm very pleased to announce the re-opening of all clinics as well as Swedish Committee for Afghanistan’s Health Management Office in Laghman province, that had been closed. SCA's mission in Laghman is to provide quality health service to all, and now we can fulfill our mission again," says Madeleine Jufors, SCA Country Director in Afghanistan.