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Blossoms With No Spring: I want to live for myself! produced by HAWCA and funded by EC and ICCO, depicts the story of two women, "Zakira" and "Shukria" who represent a large population of the country, being victims of early forced marriages; which ends in violence against women, rape, self-immolation of women and health problems.

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HAWCA Celebrating the 8th of March

12 March 2017
HAWCA Celebrating the 8th of March

Celebrating the 8th of March is an important activity that HAWCA performs every year. The Idea of celebrating this day is to show the world that in Afghanistan we still have many courageous and strong women activists who are willing to sacrifice everything to bring justice and equality in the...

Annual Report 2015

30 December 2016
Annual Report 2015

Click here to download the pdf format. Main Office: HAWCA House No. 1137/P, Selo Oil Pump Street, Khushal Khan Mina, District 5, Kabul, Afghanistan Contact No: 0202561491 Skype: hawca1999 YouTube: youtube.com/hawca1999 Facebook: facebook.com/hawca1999 Titter: @hawca1999 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view...

Meeting of HAWCA’s representative with Chairperson of Nepal Parliament

19 December 2016
Meeting of HAWCA’s representative with Chairperson of Nepal Parliament

Rohina Bawer representative of HAWCA has met with Ms Ranju Kumari Jha, she is Chairperson of Parliamentary Committee on Women, Children, Senior Citizen and Social Welfare (PCWCSCSW), Legislative Parliament of Nepal since 2014. Earlier, she has served as a lawyer and advocacy campaigner in gender empowerment and protection of child...

Celebrating the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

17 December 2016
Celebrating the International Day for Elimination of Violence Against Women

HAWCA’S safe house Celebrated the international day for elimination of violence against women. On this day the safe house’ staff arranged a theatre show and took part in the reading of poems and subjects.

Celebrating International Human Rights Day

17 December 2016
Celebrating International Human Rights Day

HAWCA was celebrating the 10th of December international human rights day. We had the pleasure to have with ourselves OPAWC staff, women protection center staff and also students of English and computer classes. Mr. Hashim program manager of HAWCA talked about the related topics and shared his information with the...

Participation of HAWCA’s representative in “South Asia peer learning regional consultation on disaster preparedness for an effective response for gender equality and women‘s empowerment”

09 December 2016
Participation of HAWCA’s representative in “South Asia peer learning regional consultation on disaster preparedness for an effective response for gender equality and women‘s empowerment”

This workshop organized by UN women on 28-30 November of 2016 in Kathmandu, Nepal. This appreciated workshop is bringing three key constituencies (national women’s machinery, national disaster managements agencies and women’s group) for greater synergy and coordination to address disaster preparedness from gender equality and women’s empowerment lens. The participants...

AHRAM voices concern at abuses human’s rights

07 August 2016
AHRAM voices concern at abuses human’s rights

KABUL (Pajhwok): A human rights organisation on Saturday expressed deep concern over the deteriorating situation of women and children, alleging their basic rights were violated daily. Rohina Bawer, speaking for the Afghanistan Human Rights Action and Mobilization (AHRAM), insisted human rights, particularly the rights of women and children, were being...

Training on types of child abuse to the staff of the HAWCA peace building center

13 June 2016
Training on types of child abuse to the staff of the HAWCA peace building center

Child abuse is one of the most important Issues that exist in Afghanistan. Unfortunately no major decision or initiative has been taken by the government in this regard. Everyday thousands of children throughout Afghanistan becomes victim of one or another form of child abuse. beating the children in schools, denial...