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Bamyan Foundation

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Vetted since 2018
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Bamyan Foundation is a registered non-profit and non-partisan section 501(c)(3) organization located in Washington DC. We are dedicated to promoting and providing support in the following key areas: 1). Education and Humanitarian Aid Initiatives in the marginalized and persecuted Hazara communities in Afghanistan; 2). Community Development efforts to support the Hazara diaspora and the new evacuees in the United States; 3) Hazara refugees scattered around the world; and 4) Our priority is to support women and girls in said three key areas. Hazaras are one of the main ethnic/racial groups in Afghanistan, who are under increased risk of genocide in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, according to... read more

Project Leaders
Timor Karimy
Timor Karimy
Jeff Stern, Feroza Yari, Zahra Yagana

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Girls' Education - November Update

By Timor Karimy | Founder and President

Dear friends and supporters, Despite the enormous challenges and continued ban on girls’ education in Afghanistan, our students are about to complete another academic year, thanks to your... Read the full report ›

Annual Hazara Picnic in Maryland

By Timor Karimy | Founder & President

The Hazara-American Association (HAA) organizes two major events per year: the first one at the end of Spring and the second one at the end of Fall, under the banner of, The Great Picnic/Gathering of... Read the full report ›

October Update

By Timor Karimy | Founder & President

Dear friends and supporters, Despite enormous challenges in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and the ban on girls’ education, we continued our education program by providing 188 scholarships to... Read the full report ›
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