British Afghan Women’s Society initiated the Winter Campaign Appeal after a long and harsh winter in Afghanistan in decades killing hundreds of people due to harsh cold, snow storms and lack of shelter, only around 30 children all under the age of five died in Refugee camps in Kabul where about 35000 refugees live who have fled violence and war in their native areas, who do not have proper shelter living in tents without any heating facilities. While 60 other children were frozen to death in the Salang pass due to enormous snow storms.Click for more
Act4Education has helped many students and schools throughout Afghanistan i.e. providing basic needs such as clean drinking water, school stationary and clothing among the most deprived children mostly orphans and disabled due to a decades’ long of violence and war.Click for more
Ramadan appeal is a programme which collects donation from people on individual basis to offer to put food on table those poor and needy people who do not have the means to buy food and break their fast, Muslims across the world observe fast from dawn till dusk during this month by staying away from eating or drinking. This programme is arranged in order to maximise donations collected, by daily, weekly or monthly food package to needy families. The Ramadan appeal was initiated last year Ramadan 2011 and since we have had two successful appeals.Click for more
BAWS values are very much centred on community cohesion and encouraging our Afghan community to integrate with the rest of the school and local community, without compromising the cultural identity and aspects attached to being an Afghan youth living and making UK their home.Lammas School & Sports College
“I learnt how to talk to other people who I don’t know and this has made me more confident and I made new friends”
“Watching the Afghan heritage, it reminded me of a different Afghanistan, of a passive Afghanistan, of a society where people breathed and nourished, and where societies mingled with the country around “
“This is such a wonderful project you are embarking on – I am excited and privileged to be involved with it”Volunteer for DAWN project
We used Afghan Senses to cater for our project celebration event. Everything arrived on time, and proved very popular with everyone attending it was delicious and generous! I would definately use them again for other events.