Shukrullo was delighted when our Operation Mercy mobility team in Tajikistan got him a wheelchair!
Operation Mercy’s local partners are focusing on the needs of Afghan refugees as well as Afghan students studying in Tajikistan universities.
Early intervention and rehabilitation for children with disabilities and support for their parents
Preventing illness through health lessons
Working with communities to prepare for and recover from natural disasters, extreme weather conditions, and severe economic situations
Opportunities for people with disabilities to have their personal mobility enhanced
Empowering women and youth to confidently influence their life choices and futures.
Preventing illness through Health Education lessons in homes and schools
Seeing lives transformed through home visits and health screening and education.
Empowering women with endemic spinal problems to realise higher quality of life through physiotherapy services and personal fitness
Educating men on healthy living and helping them establish the habits of exercising regularly, eating healthy, and getting consistent sleep.
The Nutrition Project is focused on assessment, supplementary feeding, and prevention of malnutrition through an integrated health approach in several districts in two major cities in Afghanistan.
A program to help women grow in resilience and coping capacity by investing in their self-worth and identity.
Partnering teams of medical professionals to provide medical assistance to displaced peoples and their host communities.
Building capacity to process trauma and help others to do the same.
Safe, fun, accessible, and consistent place for women to release stress, build community, and increase overall wellness through group fitness classes