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Bringing happiness and improving orphan children living

Parwan is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan which has suffered a lot during last three decades of war. People of Parwan province are mostly poor and their main occupation is agriculture i.e. grapes gardening & vegetable cultivation.
Parwan province has only one orphanage school which was established in 1985 by governmental fund. It is located in Charikar city. Since its establishment in 1985, 1035 orphan students graduated from Charikar city orphanage school. Currently 160 students from 6 different provinces of Afghanistan are getting education from the school. Out of these 160 students, 2 are girls and remaining 158 are boys and all of them are residing in hostel of the orphanage school. Currently the orphanage school building (Hostel building and Classrooms) status is not good and no governmental or non-governmental organization pay attention to school building problems.

This time JEN takes initiative to distribute 1760 different pieces of winter and vernal clothes to 160 students of Charikar orphanage school which were donated by UNIQLO in June 2015. The donated clothes were stylish and of high quality stuff. During the distribution, it was observed by the JEN field team that children were so excited after receiving the clothes. The donations brought smiles on the faces of the young students. It was very clear from their faces that were much delighted by receiving these clothes. Now they have many options for daily clothes to wear as before they had just one or two pairs. I must say it is the best moment of life to see smile on the faces of cute little angels.


Acting head of Charikar city orphanage school, teachers and students thanked UNIQLO and JEN, appreciated our hard efforts, assistance, cooperation and requested more cooperation and assistance in the future to support the orphanage students.


Finance and Accounts Assistant
Samar Butt

【JEN is now accepting donations. Your help would be very much appreciated.

August 13, 2015 in Afghanistan |