SAWA-Australia (NSW) supports OPAWC, the Organisation for Promoting Afghan Women’s Capabilities. An English and Computer Centre for Women in Nangarhar Province of Afghanistan has begun classes for 60 women, chosen from 500 applicants, in the village of Qalatak in Khewa district. SAWA-NSW has provided funds for the purchase of computers, furniture and solar panels and batteries and is raising money to fund the annual cost of rent, two teachers, security guard, materials and stationery.
In October 2018 OPAWC added classes in tailoring, basic literacy and handicrafts with funds sent to them in September that year for additional teachers, materials and equipment.
Convenors Report to AGM 2019
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