Forty years since the start of the conflict in Afghanistan, finding solutions for the millions of Afghans who remain displaced is key to the country and the region’s collective future.
An exemplary policy in Iran lets Afghan children attend public school, whether they are registered refugees, passport holders or even undocumented.
With the help of her community in Iran, Maryam overcame the challenges of living with a disability and found inner peace, strength, and independence through her music.
After her husband died, Afghan refugee Zeynab Shaban set up a successful business making hospital gowns that helps refugee and Iranian employees alike.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is one of only a few countries to provide comprehensive medical insurance for refugees on the same basis as its own citizens.
Chain of Hope (Zanjireh Omid) international charity was established in 2007 and offers quality medical services and support to underprivileged and vulnerable children with cardiac, orthopedic and reconstructive conditions regardless of religion, race and nationality....