WHAT'S NEW

IN THE MEDIA

BBC News covers HADIA Foundation's distribution of prosthetic hands in Afghanistan. Click here to watch the report. 

Zan TV interviews HADIA Foundation’s Founder and its Director of Operations about how HADIA Foundation helps Afghan girls and women.Click here to watch the TV interview. 

 

8am Daily Interviews HADIA Foundation’s Founder and covers the story of one of HADIA Foundation’s beneficiaries in rural Afghanistan. Click here to read the news. 

 

Lemar TV speaks to the Director of Operations about HADIA Foundation's work. Click here to watch the segment

 

USA based Fair Observer covers the story of our Moska Mobile Library in an interview with our Founder Mahir Momand. Click here to read the article 

 

Mahir Momand, the Founder & Director of HADIA Foundation is interviewed by Europe based RadioFreedom about the HADIA Foundation's Mobile Library in Afghanistan. The Interview is in Pashto, the Afghanistan national language and is available at the RadiFreedom's website here  

 

Hashte Sobh Daily writes about HADIA Foundation’s Moska Mobile Library, read here

Afghanistan's leading Pajhwoak News covers distribution of prosthetic hands by HADIA volunteers in Nangrahar province in the presence of Nangrahar Governor. Please click to read more 

Kabul Post, an Afghan newspaper writes about HADIA Foundation's delivery of prosthetic hands in Afghanistan. The article can be read on Kabul Post's website. Please click to read 

Radio Freedom covers installation of prosthetic hands by HADIA Foundation's volunteers to land-mine victims. For more information, please read 

Salamwatandar news reports on the distribution of prosthetic hands by HADIA's volunteers in the eastern region of Afghanistan. For more information, please read 

Enekas Radio write about HADIA Foundation's prosthetic hands and their impact on the lives of land-mine victims in the war-torn country. Please read here

Children education specialist, Mr. Asif Bahand writes about the importance of HADIA Foundation's mobile library and its potential impact in promoting literacy in Afghanistan. The article is in Pashto language and is availableat Benawa news website 

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