What We Do
Almost 50% of our work for children is done in the area of Health & Nutrition. In different states of Afghanistan, we’re passionately working to improve the health and nutrition status of newborns, mothers, and expecting women with special focus on those coming from the most disadvantaged communities.
We help children unlock their potential and realize their dreams. We believe that every child is extraordinary and can scale great heights if provided with the right learning opportunities. With regular and generous contributions from our supporters, we are able to march steadily towards achieving these goals.
The Child Protection Programme is a core sector of our work. Children pushed into child labour, children facing abuse in the community, children trafficked, children affected by a calamity or emergency situation – Save the Children works to protect children from different kinds of harms – abuse, neglect, exploitation, physical danger and violence. Despite the rampant economic growth in the last two decades, lakhs of children in India continue to be exposed to different forms of exploitation – mental and physical. A simple premise that every child deserves a happy and safe childhood is what drives us to run projects in the remotest parts of Afghanistan to protect children from harm.
the physically disabled, minorities, and prison inmates. The Rural Organization for Social Empowerment provides Technical Assistance in major fields of Organizational Development, skills training and awareness, and organizes women’s groups at the grass root level, thus giving them leverage and a voice in their households and communities, so we ensure women, girls and Children Social development. vulnerable women including poor, widows, the physically disabled, minorities, and prison inmates. We strive to empower the most vulnerable of women including poor, widows, the physically disabled, minorities, and prison inmates. We provide non-formal education, skills training and awareness, and organize women’s groups at the grass root level, thus giving them leverage and a voice in their households and communities.
It does so by working with individual women and men, as well as by networking with civil society groups and government agencies to sensitize and raise awareness about the citizen and human rights of women and men, to ensure that women and men have equal access to their human, and citizen rights, and to demand that laws protecting women against violence are upheld.
And the Afghan Civil Society Elections Network (ACSEN), and is committed to contributing to peace and democracy in Afghanistan. SAHERO engages with community, youth, and civil society groups to enhance understanding of the value of democracy, and to ensure equal participation of women and men in the democratic process. It invests in capacity building for women leaders to enable them to take on decision making roles in their communities and in the local and national politics.