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Arhso: education and health care in Kabul

We want to help the Arhso humanitarian project, school and outpatient clinic in Kabul by donating 10'000 CHF
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Goal : 10'000 CHF
10'000 CHF
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We want to help the Arhso humanitarian project, founded in 2007 by Erika Kessler in Kabul. Today Wasima Qadira is managing this incredible project and asked for our help.
Arhso is a school and outpatient clinic for women and children. This means education and health care for particularly vulnerable groups, Arhso sheds some light on the dark Afghan life for 138 children and women, four teachers and a doctor.


Education means freedom, independence and self-determination. Education is essential for an opportunity for a better future. Access to it must be given; all the more so in a country like Afghanistan, where exactly this right for women is severely trampled on.

Current situation

Arhso is a structure with 4 classrooms. Classes are held in the morning from 8:00 to 12:00 and in the afternoon from 13:00 to 16:00.
The Dari language, mathematics, English, painting and miniatures, calligraphy, tailoring are taught.

Health education, hygiene and first aid. There are medical treatments and psychiatric treatments.

Primary education: 44 students up to the age of 6. They learn Dari, English, arithmetic and hygiene. At the entrance, the children each receive a school backpack with notebook, textbooks, pencil, pencil sharpener and eraser.

Tailor class: 42 students aged 18 and over, half of this class cannot read or write. In addition to practical learning, literacy, arithmetic, reading and writing, hygiene, there is a psychology lesson in which the management of the currently difficult living conditions of women is discussed. For classes, women need a notebook, pencil, eraser, textbooks, fabric, thread, zipper, various sewing needles, shirt buttons.

Upon receipt of their certificate, the women each receive a sewing machine as a gift so that they can earn a living from home.

Painting and miniatures lesson: 44 students in addition to practical learning, are taught English, first aid, hygiene, psychology. This class requires whiteboard, paper, decorative pencil sharpener, pencil, pen, colored pencil, charcoal, and water and oil paints.

In the outpatient clinic, students and their families receive medical treatment. In case of serious illness, the first supply of drugs and referral to hospital takes place.

Additionally, the doctor offers individual psychiatric conversations for post-traumatic syndromes.

For the procurement of educational materials for the school and medicines for the clinic, they need:

6000 CHF

For drugs, as the prices of drugs (especially antibiotics) have risen sharply.

1700 CHF

For sewing machines, which students receive as a gift after completing their training.

2300 CHF

For school supplies for all classes (brochures, pens, paint and painting pens, fabrics and sewing tools for sewing).

Bank transfer
Account number: 15-698635-5
IBAN: CH78 0900 0000 1569 8635 5

Donations through the Twint QR are anonymised and do not allow us to trace the donor.

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