Women in Afghanistan have the right to know about the future of their country and make decisions, we hold many discourses between women through media pages.nThe Provincial Office of the Association of Afghanistan & Central Asian in Kunduz hold online discussions with women in the provinces in order to respect women's views and to rais their voices.nThese discourses are held in collaboration with the LlC in Kunduz.
Mr. Omid Jebran was introduced as the Provincial Representative of the Afghanistan & Central Asian Association in Kunduz.
We provide a range of support services for our target community including:n• English for Speakers of Other Languages and citizenship classes for children and young peoplen• Free Legal Advice on ( Housing, Immigration and domestic Violence )n• Supplementary and mother tongue education classes for children and young peoplen• Women’s support groupsn• Mentoring Project to meet the particular concerns of refugees and migrants who have come to the UK from Afghanistan and Central Asian countries. n• Voluntary placementsn• Interpretation services n• Business and employment advice n• Support for disadvantaged children and young people recently arrived in the UKnnAfghanistan & Central Asian AssociationnUnit 9 Griffin Centre, Feltham, TW14 0HS nTelephone: 0208 572 0300 nnEmail: [email protected]: https://www.acaa.uk/nFacebook: Afghanistan & Central Asian Association Twitter:
An incredible and unbelievable achievement after 20 years running the Afghanistan and Central Asian Associationn nAfter we launched the first large Afghan Centre in Feltham in November 2019, we secured some unrestricted funding through booking the hall located on the ground floor of our centre. This limited unrestricted funding enabled the charity to start re-focusing on work in Afghanistan, starting from food packages to support vulnerable people during the lockdown to large-scale civil activism across Afghanistan. With very small contributions from the UK, civil society activists have opened provincial offices in many provinces in Afghanistan, a historical achievement for a country like Afghanistan. n nSince the beginning of lockdown up until this date, women, men and young people are sending hundreds of messages, voice notes and emails everyday asking for permission to use the logo, track record and reputation to begin their work. What continues to strike and surprise me, is that the majority are women. nnThis is whilst, UK and other International donors spend billions of pounds in Afghanistan, but people continue to have anti-western perception. Poor people have become poorer and corruption continues. There is no need to give further detail, as statistics on poverty, unemployment, migration, domestic violence, drugs addiction, child labour, women caring babies and bugging on every single street of the country, loss of life due to lack of grassroots activities in the country, lack of access to clean water, insecurity, kidnapping and injustice can be found on Human Rights Watch or Amnesty International websites.n nThe supporters of our charity on social media have also increased dramatically and now people in Central Asian countries like Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and Turkmenistan have started to plan to launch the office in those countries. Afghanistan and Central Asian countries never experienced services on grassroots activity like we have in the UK. nnThe latest event is the first ever event has happened in history, only in Kabul we have 6 offices in different districts, and this will expand day by day. This news brings some hope and opportunity to the entire population if this initiative will be supported widely.
One of the important sections of the Afghanistan & Central Asian Association in Kunduz and other provinces is to promote a culture of reading. We hold reading sessions to facilitate reading.nThese sessions are held in collaboration with the LLC in kunduz.
Support people fighting the COVID-19 virus. We appreciate their efforts.nFortunately, the Afghanistan & Central Asian Association Provincial Office in Kunduz, in collaboration with the LLC, thanked the doctors for their services.
Protecting vulnerable people is the duty of every citizen, this program was held to raise the level of motivation of the disabled. The guest of this program was Mr. Hasib, he is a blind person, he serves the people as an active citizen.
On December 15, 2020, a training program entitled Introduction to the Complaints System, Corona Awareness and Municipal Services was presented in coordination with the Provincial Office of the Afghanistan & Central Asian Association in Kunduz.
The Afghanistan & Central Asian Association in Kunduz serves the people by providing social and humanitarian services.