In continuation of HASCO school supplies
distribution program for Afghan disadvantaged and needy school
children, HASCO Volunteers recently distributed school supplies such
as pen, pencil, notebook, and other stationary in Mahjoba-e- Herawe
Girl school in Kabul old part of the City.
Dear visitor !
Welcome to our website
HASCO is a non-profit non-political Organization
with an entirely volunteer staff,
HASCO members working on voluntarily base
spending their time and energy toassist
the less privileged school children in Afghanistan. If you would like to
know more about
activities and the situation of Afghan
you are coming to theright
place. Please click
below on the picture to see how an Afghan school child work on
Kabul-Jalalabad road to feed his family.
These families in Kabul
scavenging through rubbish
find some food for their children.
such terrible situation how they would be able to provide their school age children
with school supplies and other resources they need in the classroom.
millions of Afghan children have returned to school
following the collapse of the Taliban regime in late
of thousands of school-age youngsters, restricted by economic
hardship, must still work on the streets of the Afghan capital,
Kabul, to sustain their
families ..For details
of Afghan children how
the people of Afghanistan
will be able to re-build
on the following picture to see how Afghan school age children are working
and begging on the streets of Kabul City in orderto support their families.
all these sad stories about the situation of Afghanistan children as
our guest we
invite you to
Concert in Vienna.
inauguration speach of HASCO director there are two wonderful Afghan
songs,please do not forget them,only click on the picture
a few seconds.
To hear Ahmad
Zahir nice song with Molana lyric poem, pleace click on below
link,this beoutiful song highlight the need for assistance in
Would you be
Yes,Please click below on the
By clicking on the dove
you would visit
Message of Peace"
if you can read Dari
or if you´re interested to hearing Pashto/ Dari poems we are
recommended to visit this
For more information about HASCO projects in Afghanistan please
HASCO website and read more about our efforts to help Afghan
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need further information/ enqury, or would like to send your
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you found HASCO websiteinformative, we would be happy to welcome you
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Mirbachakot girl,s school
HASCO lost a devoted
HASCO statement: Kabul,
It is with great
regret that we share the sad news and loss of HASCO Co-founder and long
time volunteer Mrs.Raesa Safi who passed away from injuries received in a
car accident on Thursday 16 August 2012.
Mrs. Raesa was traveling
with her family from Tehran to Mashhad when the driver lost
and it overturned, as a result of the accident
she with her three children and husband were hospitalized. After three
days in Hospital, on 20th of August HASCO Co-founder and
Volunteer passed away.
About 20 km away from Kabul City on the right side
of the Kabul-Mazar e sharif main road, there is a village called Bangulak. Most of the inhabitants of the village are Afghan returnees from refugee
camps in Pakistan and Iran,like the majority of Afghan families, most of
the villagers have
three, four, and even five school-age children.The total number of
school-age children of the village is approximately two hundred.
is not only the beginning of the New year in Afghanistan but at the same
time in Kabul and several other provinces of Afghanistan school year also began with
Afghan New year and hundreds of schools and other educational Institutions
open their doors for Afghan children and youths.
During the last two
years there have been many difficulties with schools in the East and
Southern parts of Afghanistan. These schools have been attacked by
extremist groups or closed due to the poor security situation.
As a result of this, more than 200,000 Afghan school-age children have
been denied the right to education
Afghanistan most of schools in provinces and districts are far away and
children have a long daily walk ahead of them in order to reach their
schools. In some areas, children cross several hinders such as rivers,
bridges and mountainous terrain to reach their school....
from the hot weather and sunshine during school time
HASCOprovided Thermos and school Cap to
Click on pictur to
A burnt school
During last few years
more than 200 schools in Afghanistan southern and eastern provinces have
been attacked by extremist groups.
Aaccording to the
local education authorities in Laghman province morethan ten schools
set alight and
hundreds innocent school children particularly girls have been deprived
from their basic right of education and schooling...For details please
On arrival to their school
these school children in Mandrawal erea of Laghman province are met with
Distribution of school supplies in
In order to distribute more than 2 000 pounds collected school supplies to different communities and schools in Shamali plains North of Kabul,on 20th
of June Afghanistan Hope’s Journey has organized by Hasco
volunteers with active participation of
the Ministryof Education and local education
Caravan in north of Kabul a large amount of school supplies have
distributed to children
HASCO Volunteer Mrs.Rajaa
HASCO volunteer gets
UN 2006 award:
This year the United
Nations Volunteer Program (UNV)
selected HASCO Online Volunteer Mrs.Rajaa
with other nine Volunteers as the Volunteer of the Year 2006.Mrs.Rajaa
Afghan School Children Organization ( HASCO )
you for coming to our Web site and your interest in Help Afghan School
Children Organization ( HASCO).
As you are aware one
of the most devastating affects
long war in Afghanistan is, the deprivation of Afghan
children and young generation from the basic right
of education and schooling.
question is, how
a country with the most need for experts
such as doctors
and other skilled workers
in the world, can rebuilt their destroyed country and shattered
economy with such
highest rate of
in the world ?
more than 70%
of Afghans living in poverty,
the biggest challenge of Afghan families are to provide their school
age children with school
supplies, such as notepads pens pencils,
and other school needs of their children.
these poverty stricken families are living without regular income.
Their everyday life is a struggle for survival. The conditions
of those who recently return from Pakistan and Iran refugee camps are
no better than those living in Afghanistan. On arrival to their
village they are met with the ruins of their houses and Farms. These
families need to be helped urgently. Without help, thousands of Afghan
families will not be able to provide their
children with School materials.
of HASCO is to help the school age Children of these families by
providing them with school materials. Without outside support and
generous help in such emergencies, it will be very difficult for
families to deal with such a horrendous situation.
are the main victims of long
armed conflict in their country. Hundreds of them
been killed, disabled, orphaned, displaced from their homes,
separated from their families, conscripted in the army without their
well, and deprived from their basic right of education and schooling.
We believe that if we want to prevent another humanitarian catastrophe
in Afghanistan, if we want
a peaceful, prosperous and friendly Afghanistan, we must help Afghan
children and young generation to attend school and this is
a moral obligation to all of us.
HASCO activities in
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