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BECOME A SPONSOR

Child sponsors provide the lifeblood that enables AFCECO to do its work and to flourish. Sponsoring a child through AFCECO is a potent act. It is an act of caring, of joy, of interconnection, of empowerment. It is an act whose benefits flow both ways.


They get to communicate with someone from another part of the world who has an interest in their welfare, who cares about their future and the future of their country. They have the chance to contribute to the rebuilding of their nation. As a sponsor, you get to build a relationship with a young person full of potential. To learn about a country and a culture with deep roots and a fascinating history. To share your knowledge, insights and vision with a young person eager to learn. To pick up a few phrases in Dari or Pashto. And to know that, through a simple, practical act of caring, you are making a real difference.


We invite you to become a sponsor.

HELP OUR ORPHANAGES

AFCECO is busy fostering the only lasting resource a homeland has: its children. As Afghans who are helping Afghans, this family is growing. With each additional child we take in, the purveyors of hate and oppression become ever more marginalized.

We need your support to continue this trajectory of hope we promise will go far to make the world a better place. Whatever you can do, no matter how small, to spread the word, help us attract sponsors for children, fundraise, direct us toward grant opportunities and otherwise expand our network of support. We are doing everything we can on our end, but we know that strength comes from diversity of support.

Orphanages Sustainablity Fund

Target: $0.00

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Mehan Orphanage
I am 10 years old

I like animals

Mehan Orphanage
I am 10 years old

I like playing football

Mehan Orphanage
I am 11 years old

I like travelling

BAHARA
Mehan Orphanage
I am 9 years old

I like flowers and trees

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BRISHNA
Mehan Orphanage
I am 12 years old

I like music

RABIA
Mehan Orphanage
I am 10 years old

I like study medical

SITARA
Mehan Orphanage
I am 11 years old

I like dancing

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Natalie Carney, 2009
The AFCECO Story
Natalie Carney, a multi-media broadcast journalist from Canada spent one month in Mehan Orphanage filming daily life of children.
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