Archive Month : May 2013
I was living in a small, green and fresh village with my family, knowing nothing, but deeply involved in my beautiful childhood world, wanted to draw every day of life nicer and more beautiful than the previous days, flying my childhood dreams on the wings of colorful spring butterfly. But unfortunately ruinous civil war destroyed [...]
Ms. Aqial a member of community dialogue group (CDG) in Punjab district solved a family problem in her village. In this case a woman in the village was divorced and deprived from having her child in her custody. Ms. Aqila explained that the child was two years old and the husband would not give the [...]
Mr. Sharbat Ali, Mullah Imam, as well a member of community dialogue group (CDG) in Center of Waras district prevented a divorce from occurring in Dad Ali village.
According to Mr. Sharbat Ali’s report, Mr. Mohammad Ehsan decided to divorce his wife. According to villagers, the wife wanted to burn her husband’s property. His wife did [...]
SO continues its commitment to improving the quality of education in Afghanistan and expanding access to formal educational institutions. SO has established library facility at Karte Solh Girls High School at the center of Bamyan and Chardeh Girls High School in Yakawlang district of Bamyan Province. This was done to facilitate easier access to books, [...]
Khanjer and Khulinkash villages are18 km away from Bamyan center, located in the south of Darra-e- Folladi in the south west of the Bamyan center among the high hells of Baba Mountains. Khanjer and Khulanksah have long cold winter and warm summer. These villages did not have access to potable water especially during the winter. [...]
Zard Khawal’s villagers were suffering from the lack of potable water. Assessing the village; digging water well; found to be the solution. In order to avoid high rate of disease from amongst the residents of Zard Khawal village in center of Bamyan, SO dug a water well to promote the health condition and to provide [...]
Three decades of war resulted in a high number of people dying or missing. Many children lost their parents or were separated from them. Other families lost their breadwinners and as a result became dependent on other extended family members. Since the economic condition of an average family in the region is very weak, these [...]
The leading partner of this program, Basic Educational & Employable Skill Training (BEST) coordinated with Civil Society Supporting Centers (CSSCs), Coordination of Afghan Relief and SO to facilitate a trip to the targeted areas. This program has been conducted in BEST Head office Kabul at the last week of Aug, 2012. Moreover, the agenda of [...]
SO has launched a project “Elimination of Violence against Women (EVAW) law for Women Legal Empowerment” over 4 months in Daikundi and Bamyan Provinces. 311,600 individuals received awareness about ending violence against women and women’s rights. SO has implemented 12-day community dialogue sessions about EVAW law, disseminated 1,000 posters and 2,000 brochures and broadcasted 60 [...]
This project was designed to distribute clothes and hygiene kits/toiletries to prisoners of Kabul, Parwan, Kapisa, Balkh, Bamyan, and Daikundi provinces of Afghanistan. Where, 309 girls and women are imprisoned in the above mentioned provinces.
The treatment of women and girls accused of immorality. Hundreds of Afghan women and girls are in jail due to above [...]