This humanitarian emergency is dangerous for all Afghans but women, children, activists, and journalists are particularly at risk. The Taliban's ban of women and girl's education and NGO work comes with severe consequences for lives and livelihoods and forces families to make life-threatening choices. We know from our ongoing work in the country that it is vital to get funds to locally-led nonprofits that can provide both emergency relief as well as long-term support to their communities.
Our partners are helping those who are most at risk-including women, children, and activists-stay safe. Your donation will support their life-saving work. All donations to this fund will support both emergency and long-term relief in Afghanistan. As additional needs emerge from this rapidly changing situation, we will support the efforts of vetted organizations that are local to impacted areas.
How Your Donation Will Be Used
When you donate to GlobalGiving's Afghanistan Emergency Fund, your donation will be used to:
- Provide urgent support to locally-led organizations helping people and families across Afghanistan
- Support women, activists, and journalists
- Help refugees fleeing Afghanistan
- Assist in resettlement and advocacy for Afghan refugees arriving in the United States and other countries around the world
- Meet other emerging needs during this rapidly changing situation
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GlobalGiving has been responding to disasters and supporting emergency aid and long-term relief programs since 2004. We have facilitated more than $100M in disaster donations to funds just like this one.
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This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).