In the UK we support refugees and migrants from Afghanistan and neighbouring countries and help them reach their potential. Our services include a supplementary school, ESOL classes, employment workshops, a women’s support group, youth and family support services, drop-in and telephone advice, volunteer placements, and cultural and social events. We also visit individuals and families in detention.
In Afghanistan we promote human rights and work towards relieving poverty. We have recently launched the first two Citizens’ Advice Centres in Afghanistan (Kabul and Baghlan Province), funded by the UK government, to provide free, impartial and confidential advice on a wide range of issues and services, to those least able to access justice and their rights, including: women and young people, internally displaced people, returnees, and the disabled.
Community cohesion and support to Afghans in the UK; outreach programmes for disadvantaged people in Afghanistan.
Education and Training
Supplementary school, language classes, employment and other training in the UK and Afghanistan.
Empowering women and promoting equality of opportunity for Afghan women in the UK and Afghanistan.
Employment, mentoring, help to access welfare and legal representation, volunteering opportunities in the UK and Afghanistan.