We are a non-political, non-governmental, non-profit humanitarian and developmental organisation working to improve the lives of the Afghan people since 1984.
We address to the acute needs of the most vulnerable and support early recovery and sustainable development for all Afghans.
We align our work to the specific needs and priorities of the Afghan communities.
Our emergency response is aimed at life-saving in early stages of a crisis.
We target recent internally displaced people and returning refugees, and communities affected by conflicts and natural disasters.
Real and positive changes
Our early recovery and developmental interventions are aimed at building resilience, enhancing capacity and improving livelihoods for protracted internally displaced people and returning refugees, and their vulnerable host communities.
We adopt a holistic and integrated approach with an emphasis, particularly on sustainability in terms of real and positive changes in the lives of our beneficiaries.
Vulnerable groups in focus
All our work considers the specific needs of most-at-risk groups such as women- or youth-headed households, the disabled, the elderly and others marginalised by society.
While maintaining and cherishing our Danish roots, we are deeply embedded in the Afghan society. We are registered with the Afghan Ministry of Economy and enjoy unprecedented access to Afghan communities.
Millions of Afghans benefit
Through our emergency programmes, we can respond to a crisis in 80% of the country’s provinces while we implement longer-term interventions in about half the country.
Historically, over ten million Afghans have benefited from our interventions since we started working in Afghanistan.