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AAFF

Org #99489
Vetted since 2022 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2007
year founded
$42,943
raised on GlobalGiving
1
year fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

AAFF partners with Afghan communities, individuals and officials to collaborate on projects that "build hope." We make this a reality by partnering with Afghan communities to: 1. Respond to the need for more educational opportunities for girls in Afghanistan such as computer training. 2. Respond to the need to strengthen and enhance infrastructure so all people have access to: Clean water Adequate educational facilities Training opportunities Food security As an implementing partner with a private, education-focused NGO and with individual donations, AAFF has: Built 12 schools, including Gohar Khatoon Girl's School Implemented 5 technology centers Drilled hundreds of wells Tra... read more

Project Leaders
Jeremiah Simmons
Jeremiah Simmons
Missy Simmons
Missy Simmons
Team
Jeremiah J Simmons, Melissa C Simmons
Organization Information
617 Culmore Drive
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
United States
919-677-1458
Organization Information
617 Culmore Drive
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
United States
919-677-1458

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:

Update on Clean Water for Afghan Communities

By Missy Simmons | Director of Organizational Development

Many Afghan communities continue to struggle to have access to safe drinking water near their homes. According to the 2023 Multiple Indicator Country Survey, 12 million people in Afghanistan still do... Read the full report ›

Computer Training Centers for Afghan Girls Update

By Missy Simmons | Director of Organizational Development

Life for girls and women in Afghanistan continues to be very restrictive. Girls are still not permitted to attend school beyond 6th grade, which is why it is imperative to equip girls to learn so they... Read the full report ›

Update on Aid for Afghan Families

By Missy Simmons | Director of Organizational Development

Life in Afghanistan continues to be very difficult. Two-thirds of the population is in need of humanitarian assistance while aid funding is rapidly diminishing. At the end of 2023 the World Food... Read the full report ›
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