Afghan Families Urgently Need Your Help.

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ReliefAid saves lives and alleviates the suffering of people affected by war and armed conflict.

As the situation in Afghanistan spirals out of control into more violence and uncertainty, the humanitarian crisis across the country is worsening. Thousands of people are seeking shelter with little or no help reaching those who desperately need it.

It’s heart-wrenching to see what is happening and the chaos won’t end soon. Families have no support and no one to turn to.

You can help. ReliefAid has teams on the ground in Kabul and Bamyan province.

With your support we can get emergency aid to where it is needed most. We are experienced in operating in conflict zones. Since 2015 ReliefAid has delivered aid to 211,000 people displaced by conflict.

We are in a unique position to deliver support where it is needed most, with expertise in humanitarian aid delivery and networks on the ground.

Please give what you can and share this page with family, friends, and colleagues.

No one chooses to flee from their home with little more than the clothes on their back. When everything has been taken from you, humanitarian aid is your only lifeline.

Thank you for helping us reach those who need it most.

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‘The food you sent helped, please thank people for their assistance to the poor and needy people of Afghanistan.   27 October 2021

Thank you! Your donations have enabled us to deliver emergency food supplies to more families displaced to remote villages in Bamyan province. Our team spent time talking to the families we supported and sent back interviews, which bring home the tough reality of life in Afghanistan right now and the impact of your support.

Mohammad, pictured, fled his home with his eight children because of ‘fighting, insecurity and panic among the people’. Unable to find anywhere to live, he has worked to make a derelict building habitable. He told us his hopes were ‘that security and peace will come, then work and duty are created for the people and our children can go to school’.

Masooma, pictured with her son, (see the Gallery) is one of the many women facing an unknown future, too frightened to leave the place where she is sheltering. Tahira another woman who received aid, repeated the thanks of everyone ‘The food you sent helped, please thank people for their assistance to the poor and needy people of Afghanistan. War and insecurity have ruined our homeland. If they can help us more, we need clothes, blankets, and food so that our children do not perish in the cold winter. Thank you.’

Needs in Afghanistan are immense, but we know we can get aid to families. Please help us extend our networks by sharing our work so we can continue to help families survive the winter. If you would like more information, please email us communications@reliefaid.org.nz

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Len & Trish
Len & Trish on 24 Jul 2022
You are doing amazing work.
$200
ReliefAid

Thanks for your message of support. The need remains great and we will continue to reach out to those whom we can help. We are encouraged by the support of kiwis who are responding to the causes we work with.

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Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 16 Jul 2022
$100
ReliefAid

Thanks for your doantion James. The need is still great in Afghanistan and we will continute to offer our support.

ReliefAid
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Guest Donor on 18 Apr 2022
$50
Natasha
Natasha on 11 Apr 2022
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