HomeOne of Afghans4Tomorrow's projects is providing medical services to men, women and children through our Abdullah Omar Health Post in Wardak Province.
Please visit our Midwife and Health Programs, to learn more
about these programs serving over 6,000 patients a year.
Above: Here is a patient being treated by A4T's midwife at the Health Post in Wardak.
Please support our midwifery services and medicines and help reduce the high maternal and infant mortality rates in Afghanistan!
Please see our Donate to A4T page to learn how to donate online or by check.
Women and Water Project
Read about our education and midwife programs,
A4T Guesthouse and other stories in our
A4T Girls Home Schools:
Above: A4T's 25 new first graders receive new school supplies in 2013)
Learn more about our secret Home Schools for 222 girls in Wardak Province HERE.
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Afghans4Tomorrow, Inc. ("A4T"), is a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to the development of Afghanistan.
Our focus is to improve the capacity of those we serve through our
Education, Health and Job Training projects!
If you prefer to donate by check, go to our DONATION page for details.
Travel to Afghanistan
with Global Exchange Reality Tours
- in partnership with A4T for more than a decade!
To learn more or sign up for the October 2014 or March 2015 tours see:
Women Making Change Tour of Afghanistan
October 01, 2014 - October 10, 2014
The International Women's Day Tour of Afghanistan -
Women Making a Change
March 1 - 10, 2015
Each delegation will examine Afghanistan's efforts to re-establish civil society,
learn of the challenges facing Afghan women,explore Afghan history and culture, meet with: female students at a private school, at Kabul University, female doctors providing health care to women, and small business owners. Delegates return as informed and inspired advocates for a new Afghanistan
that strives to live in peace and security.
See video clips of our A4T projects in Afghanistan
including interviews with A4T members, staff and students.
View photo albums of A4T projects.
Credit for photos seen on the A4T website's pages goes to: Adrienne Amundsen, Ilias Barikzai, Nancy Ohan, SF Mercy High School students, Barry Tombs, Ron Bradley, Gloriann Liu, Eva Vander Giesen, Sian Taylor Gowan, Zekria, Nancy Bennett, Zia Faizi, Kathy Kelly, Shannon Galpin, Will Everett, Asma Eschen, Shaima Shahbaz, Najibullah Sedeque, David Lee, Tony Di Zinno, Susan Hall, Marsha MacColl, Jeff Symanski, Camilla Barry, David Jones, Paula Lerner, Asma Eschen, Wahid Omar, Kim O'Connor and Clowns Without Borders (2005).