Supporting Girls' Education in Afghanistan Supporting Afghan Refugees in the United States Students at Rahnaward-e-Noor High School COVID-19 Aid for Education in Afghanistan

Bamyan Foundation

Org #47200
Vetted since 2018
2016
year founded
$238,501
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Bamyan Foundation is a registered non-profit and non-partisan section 501(c)(3) organization in the Washington DC area. We are dedicated to promoting and providing support to at-risk populations in Afghanistan in the following key areas: education, healthcare, women empowerment, community development and youth programs. We believe that improvements in these areas will result in sustainable and equitable social development and stability in Afghanistan. In addition, following the fall of the Afghan government in August 2021, Bamyan Foundation has initiated new collaborations with grassroots organizations and community leaders serving Hazara and at-risk Afghan diaspora communities in the United... read more

Project Leaders
Timor Karimy
Timor Karimy
Elizabeth Robinson
Elizabeth Robinson
Jeffrey E Stern
Jeffrey E Stern
Team
Jeff Stern, Feroza Yari, Elizabeth Robinson

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:

Jun 23, 2022
Annual Hazara Gathering in the United States
Dear friends, On  May 29, 2022, Bamyan Foundation collaborated with Hazara American Association to organize the Annual Hazara Gathering in Black Hill Regional Park located in Maryland,...
Jun 15, 2022
June School Update
Dear Friends, The education sector in Afghanistan is in dire shape. The situation is worse in the Hazara communities due to historical racism on the basis of race and religion and due to the Hazara...
May 13, 2022
Bamyan Foundation's Humanitarian Aid Assistance
Dear Friends, This past winter was a harsh one in Afghanistan as there were severe food shortages and people were on the brink of famine. The situation was even more dire for Hazaras, who are...
 
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