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AfghanAid
(www.afghanaid.org.uk)
Afghan Links
(http://www.afghanlinks.org/)

gtz
Afghanistan is a priority partner country for German and international Development Cooperation. German Technical Cooperation with Afghanistan began in 2001 after the collapse of the Taliban regime. GTZ implements technical cooperation projects here on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Since 2002 the GTZ has maintained an office in Kabul.
(http://www.gtz.de/en/weltweit/europa-kaukasus-zentralasien/670.htm)
Equal Access
Information is portable, relatively inexpensive and yet one of the most powerful tools known. But in many parts of the world, information is a scarce and inaccessible resource. By providing critical information and education to remote and underserved communities, we help people help themselves. Mission The Equal Access Mission is to create positive change for millions of underserved people in the developing world by providing critically needed information and education through: • Locally produced and targeted content • The use of appropriate and cost-effective technology • Effective partnerships and community engagement
(http://www.equalaccess.org/)
Women to the World
Women to the World is a government approved organisation (NGO) for the sole purpose of serving the needs of Afghanistan through education, job-skills training, and health related services for Afghan women.
(http://www.womentotheworld.org/afghanistan.htm)
Saving Afghanistan
New Blog – Read and contribute! As a freelance print journalist, Brianne Leary traveled covertly inside Afghanistan during the Soviet Occupation. 15 years later, like so many Americans reeling from 9/11, Brianne felt a need to do something that mattered and returned to Afghanistan…this time around as a correspondent for CNN. In the years that have ensued, Afghanistan has begun to fade from the headlines and may once again be lost to the tyranny and horrors of the Taliban Regime. Recently, Brianne’s friends from inside Afghanistan have asked her to help bring the eyes of the world back into their country.
(http://www.savingafghanistan.com/)
Khorasan Orphanage
Khorasan is a small charity that cares for children in Afghanistan whose parents are either dead or who have no means of looking after them.Before being cared for by Khorasan, all the children had suffered loss of relatives, their homes and security.
(www.khorasan.org.uk)
...a little help
...a little help is a charitable organization (IRS 501c3) working to improve the lives of women and girls around the world. We are currently working on grassroots efforts to help women impacted by the continuing instability in Afghanistan. Our donation recipients so far have included schools, clinics, maternity wards, vocational classes including the Kabul Beauty School and the Kabul Welayat (women's prison). The programs page provides detailed program and financial information on all these projects.
(http://stasek.com/alittlehelp/)

Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA)
Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan (RAWA) Mailing Address: RAWA, P.O.Box 374, Quetta, Pakistan Mobile: 0092-300-5541258 Fax: 0044-870-8312326 E-mail: rawa@rawa.org Home Page: http://www.rawa.org Mirror site: http://www.rawa.us
(http://www.rawa.org )