Still in Hope of a Better Future

The Khalid Husseini Foundation

The Khaled Hosseini Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, provides humanitarian assistance to the people of Afghanistan. The Foundation supports projects which provide shelter to refugee families and economic and education opportunities and healthcare for women and children. In addition, the Foundation awards scholarships to students who have migrated to the United States under refugee status and to women pursuing higher education in Afghanistan.

Help Build a Shelter

• $56 provides shelter tool kits for four families.

• $103 provides necessary building materials for one shelter.

• $338 provides doors and windows for one shelter.

• $1500 builds one shelter to house 6 people.

Hard working Afghan women 'every little helps'
Visit the website below to Donate

www.khaledhosseinifoundation.org

Soldiers in Afghanistan

 

Soldiers playing football with the kids of Afghanistan

Some are sad to see the the US soldiers take over Afghanistan, some are grateful, some say life has become worse for them yet some say it was a life changing moment. They say the Taliban are being defeated in order to bring back the smile of  the Afghan children and with it peace, but is that what its all about? does anything come for free? . . . . . . . . What is the true reason behind the war in Afghanistan, do we know?

 

British soldier helping train the Afghan soldiers

Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak; courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.

– Sir Winston Churchill

It isn't enough to talk about peace, one must believe it.   And it isn't enough to to believe in it, one must work for it.   - Eleanor Roosevelt
US soldier playing with the Afghan children

 

Soldier assures girls it is now safe to study
All smiles

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Donate

  1. I love these pictures of those soldiers and childeren! I was looking information for school about Afghanistan when I found this blog. I saw all those pictures and read everything on your blog, and it’s so beautiful there. I was actually born in the Netherlands but I always hear stories from my parents how beautiful Afghanistan was before the Taliban came. Anyways I love your blog.
    (sorry for my bad English)

    1. Thank you Atefa, I am trying my best to raise awareness and show people that in fact Afghanistan is now a better place. Thank you for your kind comment. It makes me smile to know that I am pleasing my viewers. 🙂

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