Nations have left, but our staff remain
Our founders began their relief work in 1980 for Afghanistan, and since then we’ve never left. For over 40 years, we’ve served the nation and the people who need us most. This year is no different.
There are hundreds of thousands of families that require food support, clean water access, education for their children, and medical care. Help us reach them all.
Provide a food basket to feed a family for a month
Provide fuel to a family to stay warm cook a meal
Provide medical care to the sick and the elderly
Sponsor an orphan in need for an entire year
The Situation and Our Response
Afghanistan has been under siege for as long as we can remember. Its people have rarely known peace. The latest developments in the country expose the people of Afghanistan to grave danger, threatening their lives and any sense of security. Lives truly are at risk.
Human Concern International supports internally displaced people who have left behind their rural towns for city centers with more support. There are more than 270,000 IDPs (internally displaced people), and the figures are rising. Men, women, children, and the elderly need clothing, food, water, and shelter. Some need medical care due to sickness, old age, or injury.
In addition to the deteriorating national security, Afghanistan is facing its second drought in three years while also battling malnutrition in half of all children under five years of age. The reports indicate that 18 million Afghans need assistance which is about 50% of the total population. They urgently need your support.
Your donation means that Human Concern International can offer shelter and safe haven to IDPs and provide them with the resources needed to survive these very difficult circumstances. Donate now and help protect the lives of millions of Afghani men, women, and children.