Association for Protection of Refugee Women & Children. HAMI
انجمن حمایت از زنان و کودکان پناهنده. حامی
Association for Protection of Refugee & Children. HAMI
Association for Protection of Refugee Women and Children (HAMI) is an Iranian NGO working in Iran and Afghanistan with the main goal of protection and empowerment of refugees, migrants and displaced groups. HAMI started unofficially during Balkan crisis in 1992 and its official registration was on 1999 in Iran. HAMI registered its office in Afghanistan following the fall of Taliban in 2002 to expand its assistance for displaced groups inside Afghanistan and development of the country.
Association for Protection of Refugee & Children. HAMI
Association for Protection of Refugee Women and Children (HAMI) is an Iranian NGO working in Iran and Afghanistan with the main goal of protection and empowerment of refugees, migrants and displaced groups. HAMI started unofficially during Balkan crisis in 1992 and its official registration was on 1999 in Iran. HAMI registered its office in Afghanistan following the fall of Taliban in 2002 to expand its assistance for displaced groups inside Afghanistan and development of the country.
Association for Protection of Refugee & Children. HAMI
Association for Protection of Refugee Women and Children (HAMI) is an Iranian NGO working in Iran and Afghanistan with the main goal of protection and empowerment of refugees, migrants and displaced groups. HAMI started unofficially during Balkan crisis in 1992 and its official registration was on 1999 in Iran. HAMI registered its office in Afghanistan following the fall of Taliban in 2002 to expand its assistance for displaced groups inside Afghanistan and development of the country.
Association for Protection of Refugee & Children. HAMI
Association for Protection of Refugee Women and Children (HAMI) is an Iranian NGO working in Iran and Afghanistan with the main goal of protection and empowerment of refugees, migrants and displaced groups. HAMI started unofficially during Balkan crisis in 1992 and its official registration was on 1999 in Iran. HAMI registered its office in Afghanistan following the fall of Taliban in 2002 to expand its assistance for displaced groups inside Afghanistan and development of the country.
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HAMI strives to pave the way for refugee’s maximum access to basic services and entitlement to all of their rights. Our objective is to empower refugee women and children to realize and activate their potentials to overcome individual and social barriers, to not only assume a noteworthy role in reestablishing their lives in the host country but also engage in their country’s rehabilitation in case of return.

HAMI’s main activities are categorized in 7 sectors of 1) Education, 2)Women empowerment, 3) Harm Reduction, SGBV prevention and Health services, 4)Youth Empowerment, 5)Livelihood, 6)Protection and Legal services, and 7)Advocacy.HAMI has a central office in Tehran and 5 Field office in 4 provinces of Khorasan Razavi (Mashhad), Semnan (Semnan), Qom (Qom), and Tehran( Kan)

On the occasion of Student Day, our centers held a celebration with the presence of students.

The negative impacts of unilateral coercive measures on Afghan Refugees

_ The reduction in government revenues from the export of oil, gas, and other natural resources under the influence of unilateral measures and severe economic sanctions, has led to a complete halt or reduction of construction projects, industrial production and service-related jobs which is the greatest loss to the disadvantaged.

Teacher Appreciation Month

Teaching is a Work of Heart

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Afghanistan

Afghanistan on the Brink Displaced Afghans facing “humanitarian catastrophe” .

Afghanistan was facing a convergence of crises even before the Taliban took power in August. A severe drought was withering crops, the socio-economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic had increased poverty and the country’s long-running conflict had left over 3 million Afghans internally displaced.  Now, Afghanistan is on the brink of what the UN Special Representative Deborah Lyons has described as “a humanitarian catastrophe”. The effects of an imploding economy are being felt across

Arbor Day

A few steps to spring and the Arbor Day in HAMI centers

Arbor Day (or Arbour in some countries) is a secular day of observance in which individuals and groups are encouraged to plant trees.[1] Today, many countries observe such a holiday. Though usually observed in the spring, the date varies, depending on climate and suitable planting season.    Hami Association has continued its activities few days left until the spring, we

National Conference on Social Health Act and Participation

National Conference on Social Health Act and Participation

A national conference on  participation in the field of social health was held on Sunday morning, March 6, 2014, hosted by Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences held an event on Social Act and Participation. In this event HAMI was honored due to its

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Celebrate, Commemorate and Collaborate The universal concept of the World NGO Day is to Celebrate, Commemorate and Collaborate – the various NGOs around the world, and the people behind them that contribute to society all year around. World NGO Day is to inspire people to become more actively involved within NGO sector and encourage a

About us

HAMI started out as a volunteer and independent organization during the Balkan crisis in 1992 to provide help for vulnerable women and children suffering from persecution and abuse in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Later on, while the number of Afghan and Iraqi refugees were on rapid growth (4 million forced migrants) in Iran, HAMI formally established in 1999 to support women and children as the most vulnerable group in forced migrations who scattered in the disadvantaged areas of the main cities and were in desperate need of protection.
In line with our goals to provide protection and support for affected and disadvantaged Afghan women, and following the fall of the Taliban in 2002, HAMI opened its office in Afghanistan to support Afghan women in gaining their fundamental human rights.

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