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Save Afghanistan Emergency

Escalating violence, conflict and famine across Afghanistan has caused despair and driven thousands to flee their homes. Many have fled to Kabul and other large cities, seeking safety from the conflict and violence. Thousands of men, women and children are in urgent need of help. Save Afghanistan Now.

Escalating violence, conflict and famine has driven thousands of Afghanis to flee their homes. Many have fled to the capital city of Kabul. Between 1 July and 12 August 2021, the humanitarian community has verified that 10,350 internally displaced people had arrived in Kabul.

The World Food Programme (WFP) has warned that Afghanistan is on the brink of a humanitarian catastrophe. The lack of food, water and medicine is placing the lives of most vulnerable people in Afghanistan at risk. Your support is essential to save lives now.

£30  Could help save a life.

£60  Could provide an emergency supply of food to a family for a month.

£100  Could provide an emergency survival pack including food, shelter and medication.

£250  Could provide lifesaving medicine and healthcare..

£400  Could provide 2 families in an emergency with safe and secure shelter.

£720  Could provide an emergency supply of food to a family for a year.

Your support to our Afghanistan Emergency Appeal can show love, solidarity, and comfort to the people of Afghanistan – as well deliver essential aid that will save lives.

Thousands of people are in urgent need of humanitarian aid.

Fleeing with nothing more than what they can carry, time is running out for many of the children, women and elderly.

Muslim Aid has stood with the Afghani people during their time of need. We have supported emergency humanitarian projects and development initiatives for over 20 years.

Your support this Muharram can do more for families in Afghanistan by providing help through food, water, shelter and medicine. 

 Donate Now. Save Afghanistan Today.

Funds raised from this emergency will go towards the global emergency appeal, supporting this emergency as well as many others across the globe.

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