We provide free prosthetic arms to land-mine victims that are provided to us by the US-based Ellen Meadow Foundation and Australian HelpingHands. Our medical volunteers in Afghanistan fit the prosthetics across the country.
HADIA Foundation has received a generous donation of soccer balls from Rebel Sport in Australia which was shipped to Afghanistan by DHL. The Soccer balls are distributed to girls and boys across ten provinces of Afghanistan.
We have established a children’s mobile library with over 54,000 bright, beautiful books in community languages donated by Hoopoe Books and the Afghanistan songsbook project.Our mobile library travels the streets of Afghan cities and villages and provides children including girls with books at their doorstep. We promote a culture of book reading among the children of Afghanistan.
We work with Vitamin Angels, a US-based charity to help provide children, and pregnant and lactating women in Afghanistan with high quality multivitamin doses to help build nutrition and strength. The majority of Afghan children don't always have accesss to healthy food.
HADIA Foundation has recently started a highly successful eyesight restoration project through which decades of patients who have Eye Cataract are operated and their eyesight restored.
Food and winter clothing are part of our emergency support project delivered in Afghanistan during the recent emergency situation, before and during the snow season starts in central parts of Afghanistan.