18.4 million people in Afghanistan need urgent humanitarian assistance

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The new threat facing Afghanistan: COVID-19

Update: what will a second wave of the coronavirus mean for a country already struggling with poverty, conflict and an extremely fragile health system? We're posting regular information about the situation in Afghanistan for you to read here.

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Author: Natalia Deane

Choose to Challenge with Afghanaid

From challenge comes change: to celebrate International Women's Day 2021, #ChooseToChallenge with Afghanaid. Take on 16.9 miles from the 3rd-9th March to raise funds and help create a more equal future for women in Afghanistan.

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Author: Kate Arthur

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Afghanaid Presents: Afghanistan's Trailblazing Women

To celebrate this years International Women's Day, from 6:00pm-7:00pm GMT on Monday 8th March, the next instalment in our Conversations with Afghanaid series will feature some of the trailblazing women paving the way for a more equal future in Afghanistan.

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