How is Afghanaid responding to the current crisis?

We are responding with emergency assistance where needed, supporting families who have lost their homes and livelihoods as a result of the conflict, and helping communities get through this difficult time. Our ability to continue working is assisted by our strong local roots, our reputation for impartiality and the generosity of our supporters from all over the world.

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Our impact over the last 3 years

44,100 Emergency food packages distributed to Afghans in times of crisis
87,700 Farmers supported to grow more food to feed their families
570,600 Trees planted across the country
530 Villages supplied with water pumps

For Najibullah and his family, support came at just the right time

For Najibullah and his family, support came at just the right time. "Without this help, I don't know what we would have done, or where we would have found food for our children." Read his story to find out how our supporters got him through the winter, and what his hopes are for the future.

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Author: Natalia Deane

"People in Afghanistan are today facing a food insecurity and malnutrition crisis of unparalleled proportions"

Dr Ramiz Alakbarov, the UN Secretary General's Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan, released a statement this week on the continued food insecurity and malnutrition crisis facing people in Afghanistan. The prognosis is grim and the situation in the country remains very difficult.

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Author: Natalia Deane

With our support, a single mother is keeping her children warm this winter

Despite having to leave her home, with our support Masoma has been able to keep her family safe and warm through the cold winter months.

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Author: Kate Arthur

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Latest news

  • Statement: UN Donor Conference Falls Billions Short of $4.4bn Target

    Despite collective efforts so far, the failure to sufficiently fund vital humanitarian relief is catastrophic for the people of Afghanistan, and means there is as yet very little light at the end of the tunnel. Read Afghanaid's statement here. Read more

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    Despite contributing little to overall global emissions, Afghanistan is one of the most vulnerable countries in the world to the effects of climate change and is one of the least equipped to deal with the consequences. Read more

  • Joint Statement from BAAG & ENNA on the Pledging Summit for Afghanistan

    The member organisations of the British & Irish Agencies Afghanistan Group (BAAG) and the European Network of NGOs in Afghanistan (ENNA) in consultation with Afghan civil society hope that co-hosts of summit will be ambitious in both the planning and in the follow-up. Read more