Thank you for your support for bringing so much of fun and joy to so many girls and boys in Afghanistan.
We have expanded our campaign to more regions (such as Nangarhar) and more children (1500 instead of 900) and included more activities for the summer. We hope you keep supporting us with your donations as well as spreading the word to your network.
We would like to share this very short (28 minutes) new documentary with you to get a deeper insight about what keeps us working in Afghanistan and what you are supporting. Please watch it until the last seconds to get the entire context of the work: www.rtd.rt.com/films/Cirque-de-Kabul
Thank you for your support and investing on children
We have had a very successful period in the last few months in all our centers in Afghanistan. All the planned activities including our winter program, performances, and workshops all have been so successful. We appreciate your continuous contribution to our work for children and youth of war and hope one day you could come in person and see it all for yourself.
We would like to share with you a new short documentary made by RT about some of our activities in Kabul. We encourage you to watch it to the end and get a feeling of how essential is “circus” in the middle of the war! See the documentary: www.rtd.rt.com/films/Cirque-de-Kabul
Thank you for making this winter program a great success. Now by adding Bamyan province to the winter program, it is running in five provinces simultaneously.
The program is both flexible and dynamic and it is not limited to any fixed subjects, beneficiaries or places. Its activities beside the regular subjects, physical and visual arts and social games, it also includes performances, snow arts, talent competition and even gastronomy workshops and making Afghan delicious finger food. We have even included parents in the refugee camps and in our centers to join as audience to some of the performances and activities. The program has been also implementing some of its activities including performances in different locations such as refugee camps (IDP or Internally Displaced Person’s camps) and other venues in the five provinces. Some of these activities and performances have been covered by local media and brought to the attention of much larger audience.
We have just uploaded 54 new photos of the different winter program activities in the five provinces that you can watch and enjoy in our fundraising page (view the link below).
We are still %14 short in the funding and hope in the coming week we will raise the remaining fund to fully implement our big winter program project.