OUR HISTORY

1996

AFGHANISTAN LIBRE WAS FOUNDED BY CHEKEBA HACHEMI

2002

FEMINIST MAGAZINE, ROZ, IS CREATED BY AFGHANISTAN LIBRE

2004

AFGHANITAN LIBRE'S FIRST EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTER IS OPENED

2018

AFGHANISTAN LIBRE CREATES
ITS FIRST DIGITAL CLASSES

2001

MALALAI HIGHSCHOOL FOR GIRLS OPENS IN PANJSHIR BY AFGHANISTAN LIBRE

2003

AFGHANISTAN LIBRE'S FIRST HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER IS OPENED

2011

AFGHANISTAN LIBRE'S FIRST PSYCHOSOCIAL WELLBEING CENTER IS OPENED

AFGHANISTAN LIBRE IS FOUNDED BY CHÉKÉBA HACHEMI

1996

In 1996, Hachemi founded the NGO Afghanistan Libre in response to the extreme degradation of women's rights under the Taliban regime.  

The first years of Afghanistan Libre were devoted to advocacy and raising awareness in France about the plight of Afghan women. In Europe and in the United States, Chékéba Hachemi led countless advocacy and lobbying efforts in an attempt to advance international cooperation and commitments to Afghanistan.

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