CharityHelp International

CharityHelp International (CHI) has partnered with Afghans for Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO) since 2004, providing communications technology, development and administrative support for the Child Sponsorship Program. The program connects children to sponsors and provides frequent online communications to strengthen and maintain the resulting relationships. The children in our project with AFCECO come from backgrounds defined by decades of war and Taliban rule. The program provides food, clothing, life skills, education, and most importantly a dream and hope for a new life in an environment of gender equality, peace, and safety.

CharityHelp International is using the power of electronic connectivity to promote, create, and support direct long-term relationships between individuals and organizations in emerging nations and supporters.These relationships support viable and sustainable economic development in the non-profit, medical, and entrepreneurial business sectors. By combining available technologies and services such as mobile data communications, mobile banking, and others with tele-mentoring, CHI uses this connectivity to create a self-reinforcing process that can accelerate sustainable development.

CHI believes that through technology we can:

Create networks of people working to build peace, understanding and free societies; Facilitate the communication between these people so they can learn from and support each other; Support the empowerment and education of women and girls in emerging nations and conflict zones. Visit CHI online at

Afghanistan National Institute of Music

The Afghanistan National Institute of Music is the first and finest institution for the education and nurturing of gifted young Afghan musicians. Integral to our music program is a high quality academic education, ensuring that our students are able to achieve at the highest level internationally as musicians, music educators, academics, and specialists. The institute is committed to providing a dynamic, challenging, and safe learning environment for all students regardless of gender, ethnicity, or social circumstances. We have a special focus on supporting the most disadvantaged members of Afghan society- orphans and street vendors- to help them attain a vocation that will allow them to reach their full potential, while contributing to their emotional healing. Through the provision of an internationally accredited curriculum, our graduates will have the skills, creative vision, and confidence to contribute to the artistic, social, and cultural life of Afghanistan, and to the rebuilding and revival of Afghan music traditions. The Afghanistan National Institute of Music will be the model for future music schools and colleges to be built throughout Afghanistan.