Afghans4Tomorrow, Inc. ("A4T"), is a registered 501(C)(3) non-profit, humanitarian organization dedicated to the development of Afghanistan. Most of our donations are spent on improving the capacity of those we serve through our education and health programs to become self sufficient.
Please see the links on the left for more information.
There are 202 students, including 25 new 1st graders, at the A4T Girls Home Schools in Wardak Province this year.
See the A4T September Newsletter here. (view with Adobe Reader)
Travel to Afghanistan
with Global Exchange Reality Tours
- in partnership with A4T for more than a decade!
See the Program Highlights, cost and more for the Spring 2014 tour:
"Afghanistan: International Women's Day in Kabul"
March 2 – March 11, 2014
Each delegation will explore Afghan history and culture, examine Afghanistan's efforts to re-establish civil society and learn of the challenges facing Afghan women from all sectors of Afghan society. Whether meeting with: students at a private school, Kabul University staff, a female doctor providing health care to rural women, or a small business owner, GX participants return as informed and inspired advocates for a new Afghanistan that strives to live in peace and security.
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Help build capacity in Afghanistan through our
Education, Health and Job Training projects!
Or if you prefer to donate by check, go to our DONATION page for details.
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: 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).