Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs

by Bamyan Foundation
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs
Help schools, victims of terror attacks and IDPs

Summary

This project will help victims of systematic attacks on the basis of gender, race & religion and populations at risk of famine, drought and natural disasters . Due to school terror attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan, we will provide assistance to the families of victims and scholarships to the traumatized students. We will provide support to the internally displaced, vulnerable families, journalists, and refugees in neighboring countries with cash assistance for food, shelter and basic necessities.

$500,000
total goal
$431,983
remaining
322
donors
3
monthly donors
6
fundraisers
2
years

Challenge

Recent years have seen an increase in genocidal attacks against Hazaras coupled by Taliban's takeover causing tens of thousands to flee their homes. Systematic attacks on Hazaras have left thousands dead and injured, including the school attacks on Sayed-ul-Shuhada Girls school, Kawsar-e-Danish, Mawoud Academy, A. Rahim Shahid, Mumtaz and Kaaj Academy; the massacre in maternity ward run by Doctors Without Borders; and the attack on Hazara mosques in Kabul, Kunduz, Kandahar, and Mazer-e-Sharif.

Solution

The Foundation in collaboration with grassroots organizations and community leaders will provide assistance to the stigmatized Afghan communities who are facing systematic violence. Hazara women are particularly in higher risk due to the intersectional factors of gender, race and religion and are prioritized for assistance. Through this project, we will provide support for the Internally Displaced (IDPs) and vulnerable populations at risk of drought, famine and natural disasters.

Long-Term Impact

This project will address the urgent needs of Hazaras, who are directly targeted by the Taliban and IS-K/ISKP terrorist groups on the basis of race, religion and their support for moderate norms. At a time of increasing instability and uncertainty, this project will help the at-risk youth, particularly girls, to have access to education and that the persecuted IDPs, particularly women, and vulnerable populations have access to basic necessities to support their survival and resilience.

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Organization Information

Bamyan Foundation

Location: Washington, DC - USA
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @bamyanfdn
Project Leader:
Timor Karimy
Washington , District of Columbia United States
$68,017 raised of $500,000 goal
 
483 donations
$431,983 to go
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