On 05/15/2019, we opened the S.O.C. local office and the “Hope Training Center” in Bishkek Kyrgyzstan, Central Asia. We received slightly over 200 requests from orphans, social orphans, and poor children desiring to participate in our English and computer courses. We interviewed every candidate who was between the ages of 14-19 years old. SOC was…Details
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New Coats for the Kids In November 2018, SOC had two relief service projects. In these two projects, we distributed jackets for 160 orphan boys and girls and blankets for 195 homeless and drug-addicted men, women, and teenagers. These jackets and blankets will keep them warm from the cold winter days of Kabul, Afghanistan.Details
On August 10th, we had our first children’s summer camp for orphans and abandoned children in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
On August 6th, the S.O.C team had its round table in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. The team consisted of Dr. Rolf Naley, Jonathan Anderson, Christina Henderson, Dr. Elmira Kalieva, Mr. Noorzad and fifteen other participants at the table; backgrounds included nine doctors, psychologists, and representatives of the ministry of education and police from Kyrgyzstan. Together we discussed…Details
On July 28th, 2018, Source of Compassion had its 5th Anniversary! The team members got together and celebrated this momentous occasion.
A profoundly alarming trend in the cultivation and production of opium in Afghanistan reveals an 87% production increase compared to 2016… Afghanistan opium production jumps 87 per cent to record level – UN surveyDetails
Afghanistan’s ministry of counter-narcotics Salamat Azimi said: “Around 3.5 million people use drugs in Afghanistan, over a Million Afghan Youths Addicted to Drugs” http://www.tolonews.com/afghanistan/over-million-afghan-youths-addicted-drugs-ministry By Nabeela AshrafiDetails
Afghanistan opium production up 43% – UN drugs watchdog. Retrieved November 03, 2016, from http://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-37743433