Supporting Health and Education in Afghanistan



Australian Registered Small Melbourne Charity

AusGhan Aid Inc.

Welcome / Salam Alaykom!

AusGhan Aid believes in helping people in need and helping people realise their potential and. Since it’s inception 2008 in Melbourne, Australia. AusGhan Aid has purchased and funded a modern ambulance which collects and returns needy people in the outlying villages in Balkh provience of Northern Afghansitan. In the past these trips took 12-14 hours by donkeys and horses. So far, the ambulance has collected and retuned over 2000 people especially pregnant women and children. In addioition, AusGhan aid as provided educational supplies such backpacks, school books, pens and pencils to over 1100 primary school students in over 18 schools in the province. See video below for more details. 

Our founder, Najaf Mazari arrived in Australia in 2001 by boat from Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. He spent 4 months in Woomera Detention Centre before he moved to Melbourne and shortly after established his rug business on High St.  With a desire to give back to his village and community, he established AusGhan Aid to support health and education services in Afghanistan. To know more about his story, read his best selling autobiography The Rug Maker of Mazar-e-Sharif.

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