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EEA Services In Afghanistan

In the past few years we have organised many conferences in the UK Parliament.  Investment opportunities in Afghanistan were one of the subjects which had been discussed in one of the conferences. We invited member s of parliament, foreign diplomats, foreign investors, businessmen, ministry of commerce and industry to invest in Afghan agriculture, electricity, mine and product like dry fruits, carpets, marbel, saffaron. In the meantime investors to meet Afghan businessmen to support their business plans and share their ideas regarding global marketing.    

We have shared the following projects idea with the UK government, international communities and Headquarter of  theUN through conferences to support the Afghan government and the international communities.

  • Afghan National Diplomacy (AND) 
  • Sustainable Peace for All (SPA) 
  • Afghan School of Thoughts (AST) 
  • Afghan Government Watchdog (AGW) 
  • UK International Trial Court for War Criminals (UKITCWC ) 
  • Peace and Diplomacy Conference (PDC) 
  • Grand National Front (GNF) 
  • Establishment of Regional community legal firm (RCLF) 
  • Training for Provincial councils & Afghan MPs (TPCA) 
  • Capacity Building (CB) 

Sustainable Peace for All

Almost 19 years ago on the 7th October 2001 the international military coalition was formed to remove the Taliban regime from power. This goal has been achieved but the goal of state building and achieving peace and prosperity has proved to be elusive. It is an urgent need to change for better the actual situation in Afghanistan. To realise this goal an exchange of ideas is required. Our aim of organising this gathering is to learn more and to find ways of achieving peace on national, regional and international level. In our world village it is the obligation of every member to look after a member whose home is on fire. Like every other nation of our planet Afghans have the right to live in peace, dignity and freedom.

Our objective is to improve governance in and to restore peace and reconciliation to Afghanistan by providing lobbying, conferences, symposium. We would also like for the Government to listen to UK public opinion on a wide range of issues affecting Afghanistan. Our efforts are in favour of peace and progress through establishing a gathering centre for all political parties, associations and individual desiring to participate in the endeavours centred on bringing peace to Afghanistan to reduce regional and internal tension.

The objective of the conferences is to establish a healthy and peaceful atmosphere among warring factions and parties in Afghanistan, and to seek a practical way of getting out of the current conflict taking into consideration the existing conditions and circumstances in Afghanistan, the region, and beyond.  

Supporting Schools in Afghanistan: 

EEA made donation on to Padshah Sahib Paymanar Boys School which is one of the poorest schools in Kabul. Hundreds of children and their teachers received support from Eagle Eyes Association. The donation included school bags, pens, pencils, note books and fans for the school.



    Almost 500,000 returning Afghans in desperate need of food, shelter and employment to survive winter, warn aid agencies 


The recent collapse of the government in Afghanistan and the return to power of the Taliban has taken the world by total surprise. As a result, 80% of the international community’s aid and support stopped.  Afghan people have suffered from mental health problems since the time of the Russian invasion, during the civil war and the affect left from the war on the people such as poverty, loss of family members, losing wealth and health. Afghan community members need a good deal of recovery in social care and health care sector.    

After more than 40 years of war and political unrest, despite a substantial improvement in the security conditions in the country after the Taliban seized power in August 2021, the deepening economic crisis, exacerbated by international sanctions, and the abrupt stop of international development assistance, have led to a humanitarian catastrophe, with more than 24 million people in need of urgent humanitarian assistance.  

Extreme weather events, in particular the persistent drought in many areas of the country, and climate-related disasters to which Afghanistan is particularly exposed, have further aggravated an already dramatic and unprecedented food crisis, with 19 million people who experience food insecurity and 6 million at risk of famine.  

Afghanistan has endured 40 years of complex crisis, characterized by conflict, insecurity, regime change, and climate disasters. After the Taliban took over in 2021, the country was further affected by a collapsing economy and uncertainty about the future. The economic situation has stabilized in the years since but remains fragile – humanitarian assistance still provides much needed help for large population groups across the country.  



A group of nine international NGOs operating in Afghanistan urgently calls on the international community and humanitarian donors to increase their support for displaced families who have returned to Afghanistan to ensure their survival during the harsh winter months. Additionally, to avert a deepening crisis, they urge hosting countries to continue to offer refuge for Afghans abroad until a safe and sustainable return to their home country is viable.

Almost three months have passed since Pakistan announced that undocumented foreign nationals must leave the country or face deportation; since then, close to half a million Afghans have crossed the border into Afghanistan. Returning Afghan families face a bleak future with little to no resources to survive the harsh winter, let alone rebuild their lives, warn CARE International (CARE), the Danish Refugee Council (DRC), INTERSOS, International Rescue Committee (IRC), Islamic Relief Worldwide (IRW), Mercy Corps, the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), Save the Children International and World Vision International (WVI).

80 percent of those returning are women and children who are exposed to heightened protection risks on the journey back to Afghanistan. Mariam*, a mother of five who is confined in a living space with 11 family members, shares her family’s struggles in meeting their needs:

“We used all our money, including the assistance we received at the border, to return to Afghanistan and pay the transportation costs. Some relatives helped us find shelter in Jalalabad, but the owner is now asking for the rent, and we have nothing left. What will we even find to eat? I wish we could have our own house and find work opportunities. Without support for us women, we will be forced to beg on the streets or send our children in the streets to find whatever work they can.”

Afghanistan is still reeling from decades of conflict, disasters such as the recent devastating earthquakes in the western part of the country, and a crippling economic crisis. With 29 million people in need of humanitarian support, Afghanistan has little to offer to those returning.

With nothing to go back to and limited resources available, the survival and well-being of the returning families is at stake. The lack of jobs and employment opportunities severely impacts the ability of those returning to support their families and integrate into communities, especially for women-headed households. Long-term solutions must also be prioritised to support all displaced Afghans in the country to rebuild their lives. For example, they must be able to settle on adequate lands without fear of eviction and further displacement, as well as access job opportunities and education.






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