The Organization for the Advancement of Afghan Women is a non-profit organization that strives to make a positive difference in the lives of Afghan women, men, and children by providing access to education and health care services.
To make a positive difference in the lives of Afghan women, men, and children by providing access to education and health care services.
“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”
The Aymini School is a coeducational public school in the Chilsitoon area of Kabul that serves over 3,700 students at the primary and secondary levels.
The Moshwani Payan Elementary School for Girls was constructed in March of 2015 and is located approximately one mile north of our Moshwani Clinic in the village of Moshwani Payan.
The Moshwani Payan Middle School for Boys was renovated by OAAW with the help of the Afghanistan Foundation in April 2011. The school serves over 650 students from grades 1 to 8 and has 45 teachers.
Moshwani Outpatient Clinic is the only clinic in the Kalakan region. The clinic provides free medical and dental services to more than 14,000 men, women, and children from the nine nearby villages.
Donate to our projects and programs because learning and quality healthcare can’t wait. Your support is appreciated and allows us to continue to support the men, women, and children in Afghanistan.
In 2020, almost half of the Afghan population was living in humanitarian need due to conflict, natural disasters, food insecurity, high cross-border mobility, and the social, economic, and health impacts of COVID-19. Poverty is also widespread, with almost one in two Afghans living below the national poverty line in 2019. Afghanistan remains in a fragile state, and the economy is weak as well as highly dependent on international aid.
Million people will require health assistance.
With the economy and many public service sectors verging on collapse due to non-payment of salaries and empty government coffers, Afghanistan’s people face an uncertain future.
People need humanitarian assistance.
Million children will be in need of support to access learning and education.
Relentlessly Pursuing a Better World For Every Child.