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Projects And Achievements

In collaboration with Action for Development (AfD), Mosaic Afghanistan mobilised women representative to deliver recorded messages at the 50th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, held on 13th June – 8 July 2022

The Cambridge University Annual Conference on Afghanistan

With the help of partner our organisations, Mosaic Afghanistan successfully held the 2nd Series of its annual international academic conference at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge, on 22-23 of September 2022. The conference was held, organised over five distinct panels, and renowned academics of Afghanistan arrived from around the world hosted for days two in Cambridge. This is a signature on-going programme of MA will continue over the years to come. The underlaying theme of this series of conferences is to think about the conditions of possibility of an inclusive, diverse, democratic, and equitable system, anchored in its rich history and culture, at peace with itself, the region an outside world.

Civil Society Voices of Afghanistan

Mosaic Afghanistan is collaborating with the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change (TBI) on the ‘Amplification of Civil Society Voices of Afghanistan’ project. As part of this project, TBI has invited members of civil society from both inside and outside Afghanistan to contribute to a video collection that documents their experiences of the Taliban takeover, life under the Taliban, and their hopes for the future. The goal of this project is to eventually evolve into the ‘Afghanistan Civil Society Forum/Dialogue’, which will bring together a diverse group of civil society members from within and outside Afghanistan and provide a platform for coordination between civil society organizations working in Afghanistan. Mosaic Afghanistan is currently working on establishing an inclusive, diverse, and democratic civil society forum/dialogue that is supported and empowered by these organizations


Human rights abuses and a reversal of progress in civil society. It also highlights the strength and determination of the people of Afghanistan in challenging the Taliban's regime and the importance of engagement from the international community. The Tony Blair Institute is introducing a video collection that documents the experiences and perspectives of diverse members of civil society living inside and outside of Afghanistan, including government officials, women's rights activists, and musicians. The collection aims to provide a platform for consultation and amplification of voices, to inform and impactful engagement about the country's future.

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Humanitarian Aid

Food and Water

Our organization aims to provide food and water to isolated and environmentally impacted areas, with a focus on reducing malnutrition. We believe that no one should go hungry or thirst, especially in times of crisis or hardship.


Our organization is dedicated to providing medical assistance, including doctors, medicines, first aid, vaccines, and long-term recovery for illness. We are committed to helping individuals and communities maintain their health and well-being.


Our organization focuses on improving both hard infrastructure, such as hospitals, and soft infrastructure, such as hospital staff and teachers. We believe that strong infrastructure is crucial for the support,

Educational Resources


Our primary goal is to improve access to basic education, including literacy and numeracy. In the initial stages of this effort, we will focus on increasing girls' access to education. We believe that education is a fundamental right and is essential for personal and societal development.


Our organization aims to provide intermediate and advanced education in subjects such as math and literacy, with plans to expand to more specialized subjects in the future. Initially, this education will be targeted towards girls, but we hope to eventually include boys as well.

Ways to Achieve Goals

We aim to use solar rechargeable tablets with pre-downloaded courses that are translated into Afghanistan Farsi, with the support of our partners. These tablets allow us to provide education in a flexible and accessible manner, even in areas with limited resources.