News

Wednesday 24 January 2018

STATEMENT:

“Save the Children can confirm that the security incident affecting our office in Jalalabad, Afghanistan is still ongoing. Our primary concern remains to secure the safety of all of our staff. In response to this all of our programmes across Afghanistan have been temporarily suspended and our offices are closed. Afghanistan is one of the most difficult places in the world to be a child and for humanitarian workers to operate in. Our humanitarian work in Afghanistan reaches almost 1.4 million children.

Wednesday 24 January 2018

Attack on Save the Children office in Nangarhar - Afghanistan

We are devastated at the news that our Save the Children office in Jalalabad city, Afghanistan came under attack this morning as armed men entered the building, about 9am today local time. Our primary concern is for the safety and security of our staff. We are awaiting further information and cannot comment further at this time.

Statement from Save The Children, Afghanistan.

Thursday 23 November 2017

Press Release

موسسه‭ ‬حمایه‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬از‭ ‬پارلمان‭ ‬خواست‭ ‬تا‭ ‬مسوده‭ ‬قانون‭ ‬حمایت‭ ‬حقوق‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬را‭ ‬تصویب‭ ‬کند

 

تاریخ‭ ‬22‭ ‬نوامبر‭ ‬کابل‭ - ‬موسسه‭ ‬حمایه‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬روز‭ ‬جهانی‭ ‬طفل‭ ‬را‭ ‬با‭ ‬وزارت‭ ‬کار‭ ‬امور‭ ‬اجتماعی‭ ‬و‭ ‬شهدا‭ ‬و‭ ‬معلولین‭ ‬و‭ ‬موسسات‭ ‬غیر‭ ‬دولتی‭ ‬ملی‭ ‬و‭ ‬بین‭ ‬المللی‭ ‬تحت‭ ‬رهبری‭ ‬این‭ ‬وزارت‭  ‬تجلیل‭ ‬نمود‭. ‬با‭ ‬وجود‭ ‬همه‭ ‬این‭ ‬پیشرفتها،‭ ‬ما‭ ‬هنوز‭ ‬راه‭ ‬قابل‭ ‬توجهی‭ ‬داریم‭ ‬تا‭ ‬از‭ ‬حقوق‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬اطمینان‭ ‬حاصل‭ ‬گر

 

Thursday 23 November 2017

Press Release

موسسه‭ ‬حمایه‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬از‭ ‬پارلمان‭ ‬خواست‭ ‬تا‭ ‬مسوده‭ ‬قانون‭ ‬حمایت‭ ‬حقوق‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬را‭ ‬تصویب‭ ‬کند

 

تاریخ‭ ‬22‭ ‬نوامبر‭ ‬کابل‭ - ‬موسسه‭ ‬حمایه‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬روز‭ ‬جهانی‭ ‬طفل‭ ‬را‭ ‬با‭ ‬وزارت‭ ‬کار‭ ‬امور‭ ‬اجتماعی‭ ‬و‭ ‬شهدا‭ ‬و‭ ‬معلولین‭ ‬و‭ ‬موسسات‭ ‬غیر‭ ‬دولتی‭ ‬ملی‭ ‬و‭ ‬بین‭ ‬المللی‭ ‬تحت‭ ‬رهبری‭ ‬این‭ ‬وزارت‭  ‬تجلیل‭ ‬نمود‭. ‬با‭ ‬وجود‭ ‬همه‭ ‬این‭ ‬پیشرفتها،‭ ‬ما‭ ‬هنوز‭ ‬راه‭ ‬قابل‭ ‬توجهی‭ ‬داریم‭ ‬تا‭ ‬از‭ ‬حقوق‭ ‬اطفال‭ ‬اطمینان‭ ‬حاصل‭ ‬گر

 

Wednesday 8 November 2017

Press Release

For immediate release

Save the Children calls for end to corporal punishment in Afghanistan after death of a high school student

November 6, Kabul – Save the Children is urging the Afghan government to properly enforce its corporal punishment ban following reports that a high school student died after facing violence at school. The reported incident took place in the northern Afghan province of Balk.

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