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. For example, read about Zahra's experience in 'Studying for a better future' and the lengths Farzana has had to go to for an education in her blog 'Studying to achieve her dreams'.
In January we delivered a new marimba, a large instrument costing more than £2,000 and bearing a passing resemblance to a xylophone, to the Afghan National Music Institute in Kabul. The story was reported in… [Read More]
Zulfia Abawe is from Kabul studying for her Masters at the Willy Brandt School of Public Policy in Erfurt, Germany. Her interest is in human rights and gender issues, especially issues relating to women and… [Read More]
It took lots of effort but there is comfort and joy at last for some very special children. Marianne Parente on how the Foundation provided beds and toys for a children’s home.