Afghanistan-Delaware Communities Together (AFDECT).
was established in January 2002, following the September 11 attack on Twin Towers of the World Trade Center.
This was the year, when coalition forces led by United States of America embarked on a mission to eradicate Islamic Fundamentalists (Taliban) from Afghanistan.
Substantial improvements were achieved in Afghanistan since 2001.
- A new democratic government was formed.
- Woman role/participation in the public sector increased.
- Girls/Boys enrollment in higher education increased by 1000 percent.
- Many Schools were built, easily accessible by all genders in the country.
- Public Health Services improved in Kabul and the countryside.
- Afghans participated in national sports such as soccer and taekwondo.
- Afghan girls robotic team won national championship.
AFDECT builds two schools for girls in Jabul-Sarage
- With your help, AFDECT built 2 schools for girls in northern Afghanistan with capacity to enroll up to 1200 students.
- Donated $15000 to Rabia Balkhi woman hospital in Kabul, to purchase ultrasound machines and hospital beds.
- Donated $3000 to help victims of Charikar District Mudslide.
- Donated $2000 for displaced Afghan families due to Taliban takeover (August 2021).
Afghanistan Before Taliban
Afghanistan Under Taliban