HELP CHILDREN IN COUNTRIES LIKE AFGHANISTAN
It has been two years since the Taliban took over Afghanistan and life is dire for millions of children across the country. Afghanistan's children have endured years of conflict and suffering, and we are gravely concerned for their safety and well-being. Millions of children remain in Afghanistan, cut off from supplies, out of school, facing the threat of violence and at risk of extreme hunger. It’s a humanitarian catastrophe.
Your $120 GIFT could give a displaced family of eight enough food to last them for a month.
Children in Afghanistan will need urgent aid in order to survive. They are sad, worried and scared, but they haven’t lost hope. Now is not the time to turn our backs on Afghanistan’s children. Your support is critical to save their lives – and their futures. Please donate to help children in countries like Afghanistan today.
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OUR WORK IN AFGHANISTAN
When the Taliban took power in 2021, the international community reacted by withdrawing billions of dollars in international aid. The economy went into freefall. Poverty, food prices and unemployment have dramatically increased, and children are going to bed hungry at night. This makes our work more important than ever.
We've been working in Afghanistan for 40 years to deliver life-saving services to children and their families across the country. We’re delivering health, nutrition, education, child protection, shelter, water, sanitation, hygiene and food security, and livelihood support. These are supported by Save the Children’s Emergency Fund. The fund has allowed Save the Children to continue providing life-saving healthcare for children and their families when they need it most. We won't stop now. But we need your generosity and compassion to continue to support children.
Help us reach children living in crisis in Afghanistan with the essentials they need to survive by donating to Save the Children International's Child Emergency Fund.