Welcome To Gulzad Foundation

Gulzad Foundation, a non-profit public charity organization in Afghanistan, was formed by the Gulzad Group with the purpose of serving its community by helping the struggeling and marginalized Afghan community through innovative charitable programs, aimed at the education and empowerment of women and young people in particular.

The Gulzad Foundation sees women and children as the foundations of our society, and with education and empowerment at the heart of our programs, we truly believe that it is them who can lead us to a prosperous Afghanistan in the future.

VISION

It is our vision that every child, male and female, should have access to a good education, and thus we strive to catalyze a continued increase in school attendance figures in some of the poorer areas of Afghanistan. We also believe that many older members of society who missed out on receiving an education should be supported with regards to literacy and numeracy. In this way, we believe that we can help to empower members of the Afghan community across multiple generations.

Education

We believe that education is every individual’s basic right and is necessary to create firm foundations from which an individual can grow.

Women

We truly feel that women are the foundations of a good community, and thus by educating them, we empower them, and subsequently empower society as a whole.

Health

The foundation helps build healthcare facilities to serve the needs of the various communities. Programs include building hospitals and providing medicine for the needy.

Youth

The youth is the generation that can change and develop a country and its future. It’s our responsibility to support the youth, help them to raise their voice and empower them.

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Improvements seen in women’s empowerment in Afghanistan
Improvements seen in women’s empowerment in Afghanistan

In the last 50 years, women were among the most affected by the different conflicts taking place in Afghanistan, especially the oppression of the Islamic Taliban. Indeed, the status of women in Afghanistan changed after having their fundamental rights exploited under Taliban rule.

Chinese billionaire sending 1.8m masks to Afghanistan, 9 other countries to combat coronavirus
Chinese billionaire sending 1.8m masks to Afghanistan, 9 other countries to combat coronavirus

Jack Ma, Asia’s richest man, pledged 1.8 million face masks, 210,000 test kits and 36,000 protective suits plus ventilators and thermometers to combat the outspread of coronavirus in Afghanistan and 9 other Asian countries.

Girls my age should not be married’: Child bride married at age 11 speaks out for World Refugee Day
Girls my age should not be married’: Child bride married at age 11 speaks out for World Refugee Day

Benesh is a child bride who was married at the age of 11 in Afghanistan. Unfortunately she is not alone in becoming a wife while still a child. Over one third of girls in the developing world are married before their 18th birthday.