AADO is a small organisation and so not funded by the Australian Government for the work we do. This means we rely on the generosity of people who care about Afghanistan and want to assist.
This war-torn country is not an easy place in which to work but we say its 34 million people are resilient and deserve our support. The answer to many of Afghanistan’s problems is education. Progress has been good in rebuilding the education system post the Taliban decade in which girls were prohibited from attending and many teachers fled the country.
However our work is with those who missed out on education – girls in remote villages married at a young age, young men in Kabul with few skills and little prospect of work and teachers who needed post secondary qualifications in science. We hope you can assist by donating to one or more of our programs.
Sarina Greco, President, Afghan Australian Development Organisation
Thank you for your support!
*The Afghan Australian Development Organisation Inc. (ABN: 25 274 68 213) is endorsed as a Deductible Gift Recipient. Donations of $2 or more to AADO are tax deductible in Australia. A receipt will be sent to you after your payment is made.
Help us to work with more Afghan woman so they have basic literacy, can grow their own crops, sew clothes, run their own business to become self-sufficient and confident in their communities.
Give Afghan boys who missed out on an education a chance to be trained in carpentry and to have basic literacy and numeracy skills to support themselves and their families.
Offer training and a masters qualification in science teacher so students are more able to enter university.