At least 1,500 have been killed after three deadly earthquakes struck western Afghanistan, leaving an already vulnerable group of people homeless, hungry, and traumatised.
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In October, Afghanistan was hit by 3 powerful earthquakes, killing at least 1,500 people and injuring thousands more. Over 1,300 homes have been destroyed, leaving already vulnerable families completely homeless.
The crisis in Afghanistan has already put the country at edge, with the World Food Programme saying Afghanistan is seeing "the worst humanitarian crisis on earth", and this earthquake has added more damage to an already injured nation.
The people of Afghanistan are in desperate need. 22 million Afghans are facing food crisis or emergency. 95% of people do not have enough to eat and 1 million children are at risk of dying from malnutrition. Time is running out for many of the children, women, and elderly.
We have been in Afghanistan providing vital support for civilians for over 20 years and we are continuing to do so as the country seeks deeper into humanitarian crisis.
Your response is their survival.