We want to re-emphasise that, in the rapidly changed and still-changing circumstances, the Linda Norgrove Foundation intends to continue its work supporting women and children in Afghanistan.
We have temporarily removed some blog posts as well as photos from other posts until the security situation in Afghanistan becomes clearer. We do not want to risk the safety of the students or the projects that we fund.
John and Lorna Norgrove write about the development of the Foundation and its work, shedding light on the stories behind the headlines.
We hear from women who work for the Foundation in Afghanistan or who have benefitted from the Foundation's work. These blogs direct from Afghanistan give real insight into the people you are helping to support.
The coronavirus pandemic has obviously affected some of the people and organisations that the Linda Norgrove Foundation supports in Afghanistan, and so we are taking action where we can.
As Afghanistan changes, the Foundation has to change its approach as well. But we are still as committed as ever to supporting the women and children of Afghanistan.
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We recently spent 10 days in Afghanistan visiting some of the projects supported by the Linda Norgrove Foundation. Security checks on leaving the country were more onerous than when we entered.