Locations of the projects


Graphics: Andreas Kleinbub




  1. Kart-e-nau (Outskirts of Kabul, since 2004):
    Headquarters. Since 2004 30 women and girls have been trained to become tailors here. Since 2013: Tailoring workshop
    Since 2004: Kindergarten.
  2. Ahmad Shah Baba Meyna (Kabul 2011):
    Opening 2011. Here 105 students learned three handicraft trades: tailoring (50 students), leather design (25 students), jewelry design (30 students).
    Since 2011: Kindergarten.
    Since April 2014: Tailoring training  for 30 women: two workshops: Jewelry and Leather.
  3. Kamari village (province of Kabul, since 2011):
    In Kamari the NAZO women started the Livestock keeping projects for rural women in 2011;
    2012/13 30 women were trained as Tailors.
    Since 2014 there is a Tailoring workshop.
  4. Nejrab region (province of Kapiza, since 2012):
    2014: Construction of a new NAZO training center, since October 2014.
    In 2013 a Livestock keeping project  was started here, too.
  5. Scheweki village (province of Kabul)
    In 2006/07 25 women were trained as bakers, in 2011 25 women were trained as tailors.

Karte-e-nau, since 2004

Kamari, since 2011



Ahmad Shah Baba Meyna, since 2011

Nejrab, livestock keeping since 2013



Ghazi Big Kheel, Kapiza, 2014

Arbab Kheel, since 2017, Kapiza



This site has been updated on 02.05.2018.