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SCA can work long term, thanks to support from private individuals and companies. Your support is important for us to continue to work to improve the lives of the people of Afghanistan.
Examples of what the support costs
SEK 200 – paper and pens to a whole class
SEK 400 – a year’s schooling for one student
SEK 998 - sitting mats and water to an entire school
SEK 910 000 – to build a standard school with six classrooms
SEK 330 – 10 crutches
SEK 1534 – a lower leg prosthesis
SEK 2500 – a vocational training per person/year
SEK 116 – to treat the 10 pregnant women
SEK 280 – 10 packages of soap, blanket and towel for pregnant women
SEK 4 200 – monthly cost to train a midwife. The training is for 24 months
SEK 370 000 – to build a maternity clinic with equipment and instruments
SCA is audited by international firms with Deloitte Sweden as the main auditor and PWC/Ferguson being the sub-contracted auditor in Afghanistan. It is accredited to collect funds through a special charity bank account controlled by Swedish Fundraising Control – an ethical foundation run by the Swedish Unions’, Employers’ and Auditor Organisations.
How SCA handle personal information/ data protection policy
When you become a member, sponsor or donate a gift to the SCA we save some of your personal data in our address. It is for us to send you relevant information, thank you letter or follow-up, etc.
SCA has a PDA policy (Privacy Data Act) based on the Data Inspectorate’s Personal Data Act (1998:204) in Sweden. The aim is that personal data in the association’s member-donor and subscriber records never will be read, altered, destroyed or used by anyone other than SCA staff.
Personal information that SCA will save is the name and address. Where appropriate, the following information can also be saved:
- Phone Number
- Social security number (in order to update the address)
- Membership or sponsorship
- Gifts in kind donated to SCA
- Purchased goods
None of the information SCA handles is seen as sensitive by the Data Inspectorate’s Personal Data Act. The data is used for the performance of SCA’s obligations to its donors, members and sponsors.
Each donor, member or sponsor has the right to request an extract from the register of their own data, correction of erroneous data and the right to be removed from the register. If you do not want to share your name and address you can always donate anonymously, but remember that most of the banks or postal transfers follows the sender of the transfer.
If you have questions about how we use your personal data, to update the address or deleted the registry – please call Elin Asplund at +46 8 545818 59 or send an email to email@example.com