Investing in Afghan Women and Girls
                Ensuring Development in Afghanistan

Since its establishment, Oruj has undertaken projects that are driven by needs, sustainable and that could be duplicated throughout Afghanistan.  The Oruj schools model is founded on a grassroots approach starting with each school, first securing buy-in and agreement from the community and engaging local leaders in the process, including religious leaders.​Read More...

This first two-year community college for women in Afghanistan, OLMI is an opportunity for 182 women who have high school degrees to build skills that will help them become active advocates and effective employees working both in government and in non-government organizations.​ Read More...

To ensure that more women evolve into leadership roles and are included in the decision-making process in Afghanistan, especially now when the international community is committed to supporting Afghan women, they need access to four-year quality higher education.​ Read More...