How is Afghanaid responding to the crisis?

We are responding with emergency assistance where needed and supporting families who have lost their homes and livelihoods as a result of the conflict. We have already re-opened a number of our offices to continue our work in supporting remote rural communities. Our ability to continue working is assisted by our strong local roots and our reputation for impartiality. 

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Conflict and Crisis in Afghanistan

Last month, the Afghan Taliban took control of Afghanistan. There is now tremendous uncertainty as to what the future holds for the Afghan people. One thing which is clear is that the insecurity is continuing to fuel a wave of internal displacement as people seek safety for themselves and their families.

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Author: Natalia Deane

Film Screening: A Source Of Hope

Join us on Thursday 23rd September for an exclusive screening of our brand new film. Short talks will cover the wider unfolding humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, the need to protect the hard earned development gains achieved over the last 20 years, such as the important progress made in climate action. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A.

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Tickets: From £5.00

Author: Kate Arthur

Location: 97 Sclater Street,, London

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Impact

  • In 2021 we will help over

    1,247,800

    vulnerable people across Afghanistan

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