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About Us

Panjshir Aid is a local charity based in the London borough of Southwark, established in 2007 and registered as a charity since 2011.

Our organisation is driven by the urgent situation in Afghanistan, motivating us to extend our support to those affected by the crisis. With over 20 years of experience, our team, comprising British-Afghan members and committed volunteers, brings personal insights that enable us to understand local, cultural, and ethnic issues deeply, ensuring efficient, effective, and sustainable assistance.

Operating with a dedicated team of 10 volunteers and paid staff, Panjshir Aid offers specialised support to over 500 refugees and asylum seekers annually from our London headquarters. Our services include language classes, employment assistance, legal support, and cultural integration programs. Together, we aim to foster a peaceful and thriving British-Afghan community.

We take pride in our success stories, where individuals and families have successfully integrated into British society, finding employment, housing, and a sense of belonging.

If you or someone you know is a refugee or asylum seeker from Afghanistan, Panjshir Aid is here to support individuals on their journey towards integration and social participation.

Join us in making a difference—whether through volunteering, donating, or simply spreading the word, your support can help us continue our mission to empower and uplift Afghan refugees in the U.K.

Vision

A society where Afghan refugees and asylum seekers in the U.K. thrive, integrate seamlessly, and contribute positively to their communities.

Mission

To support the welfare and integration of refugees and asylum seekers, particularly those from Afghanistan, through empowerment, education, and community cohesion.

Goal

To provide comprehensive support services that address the unique needs of Afghan refugees and asylum seekers in the U.K., fostering their successful integration and active participation in society.

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