Humanitarian Crisis in Afghanistan

We are looking at one of the worst humanitarian calamities of modern times. We are already seeing a number of consequences. Insecurity and violence are on the rise, especially in women and children formerly protected by United Nations forces. In an effort to assist the Afghan people, we are creating a centralized hub with links to aid organizations who can provide assistance. Afghanistan is facing it’s worst humanitarian crisis, here is how you can help them. This page would be constantly updated and links to new resources would be made available.

Where you can donate?

These resources are verified and are constantly pushing help to all those stuck there in Afghanistan. However, we don’t guarantee anything the information mentioned here is based on Internet Search!

1. Save The Children

Save the Children is gravely concerned for the safety and wellbeing of children in Afghanistan. As violence sweeps through the country, children are being killed, injured and forced to flee their homes. We have been a leading charity in Afghanistan since 1976, reaching over 1.6 million Afghans in 2020. We will not abandon our work, staff, or the communities we’ve served. Our commitment to protecting children remains unchanged.

2. Rukhsana Foundation

Rukhshana Media—named after the woman who was stoned to death by the Taliban in 2015 — to produce news from the perspective of women. Since then, Rukhshana Media has reported exclusively on issues that affect Afghan women, from the taboo of menstruation, child marriage, street harassment and economic hardship to violence and gender discrimination and what it means to live as a survivor of rape. They have reported across the country, working with a small team of five female reporters and volunteers.

3. Women for Women International

Women for Women International has developed a program that offers Afghan women a constructive, dignified way to discover their power. Our foundational training helps women know and defend their rights, lead mentally and physically healthy lives, influence decisions at home and in their communities, generate income, and save money for the future, contributing to economic self-sufficiency in their lives and for their families.