Afghan Youth Ambassadors for Peace Organization (AYAPO)

Together We Build Peaceful Afghanistan

The Afghan Youth Ambassadors for Peace Organization is a grassroots-level civil society organization aiming to create a peaceful and just Afghanistan. Afghan youth activists lead our organization from different ethnic and religious backgrounds to create platforms for young Afghan leaders to make a better future.


Our goal is to work closely with local, national governments, regional and international communities to build bridges and localize the peace process for creating a sustainable peace.


Afghan for Afghan

Our Program is to build and recognize women and youth as the first responders to humanitarian crises. Join our cause by becoming our members

The Peacebuilders Club

AYAP’s The Peacebuilders Club helps Afghan youth to build their leadership, and peacebuilding skills to bring sustainable change and peace to their communities.

Peace Goes to School

AYAP’s Peace Goes to School (PGS) program is a unique, comprehensive approach to peace education and violence prevention that promotes a safe school environment for young Afghan girls.

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Together we can help the grassroots Afghan women who are the victims of war, disaster and gender based violence. Together with you we can help our local community by building safer and healthier environment and lasting peace. Your donation will bring small yet long lasting changes in Afghan women's lives

Monthly Donation and Annual Donation: Starting from 20 USD to 120 uSD


Become a lifeline to Afghan girls

50$ A month can pave the ways for an Afghan girl to receive quality education.

Hygiene Kit For Displaced Women

10$ Donation can improve the critical situation of Afghan displaced women & girls in refugees camps.

Emergency Food Kit for Displaced Women

120$ to 70$ can buy emergency food for women & girls displaced in Nangarhar and Laghman Provinces.

First Aid Kit for Displaced Women

20$ to 50$ can buy First Aid Kits for Afghan women and girls displaced in the refugees camps.

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