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How can you help Afghans?

We have identified various organisations that are supporting and providing aid to Afghans in and out of Afghanistan. You may read about their activities in Afghanistan and choose to donate or support them.

Additionally, we would like to share various articles published by various news outlets which list out other organisations:

Child Foundation

The children of Afghanistan are facing a crisis unlike Child Foundation has seen in our 15 years supporting families there. Threats of insecurity and violence have forced their way into the once relatively peaceful region of Balkh province and Kabul where approximately 800 Child Foundation children live and learn.

Child Foundation has already distributed $15,000 worth of food to 300 families prior to the government change.

Global Giving

When you donate to GlobalGiving's Afghanistan Emergency Fund, your donation will be used to:
- Provide urgent support to locally-led organizations helping people and families across Afghanistan
- Support women, activists, and journalists
- Help refugees fleeing Afghanistan
- Assist in resettlement and advocacy for Afghan refugees arriving in the United States and other countries around the world
- Meet other emerging needs during this rapidly changing situation

International Rescue Committee

The IRC warns that increased conflict could spell tragedy for Afghanistan, where 18 million people are already in dire need of humanitarian assistance.

The IRC has worked in Afghanistan through three decades of crisis, providing millions of people with shelter, education, clean water, health support and other aid, and we will stay as long as we are needed.

Save the Children

Afghan children have known nothing but conflict their entire lives.

Right now, the situation for children in Afghanistan is dire, with at least 75,000 having had to flee their homes in the last months amid escalating violence. Even before the Taliban takeover, Afghanistan was crippled by hunger and poverty; as COVID-19, conflict, and drought combined to create a food crisis of a scale not previously seen.

Women For Women International

The organisation continues to collaborate with their partner organizations on the ground and negotiate with the new government to secure necessary authorizations to reopen WfWI offices in Afghanistan. They remain cautiously optimistic that they will be able to soon resume their programs serving the most marginalized women in Afghanistan – something the organisation has been doing steadfastly for nearly two decades, having served over 127,000 women.

CoCreate NGO

The organization is a small one that was established for the purpose of tackling injustice, especially human trafficking and domestic violence. They also provide humanitarian relief by supporting or fundraising for those on the field. Right now, they are fundraising to support a group of very reliable and credible lawyers working round the clock to assist some Afghans who are desperate to flee the country before they are caught by the Taliban.

International Media Support

Hundreds of Afghan media workers are under threat. If we act now, we can save the lives of Afghan journalists.

IMS and AJSC (Afghan Journalists Safety Committee) have worked to keep media workers safe for many years. But the situation right now is extremely serious.


Women and their communities need lifesaving resources today.

Your gift ensures that MADRE can respond quickly wherever and whenever disaster strikes. And with the help of our on-the-ground-partners, MADRE is able to provide assistance to even the hardest to reach communities.

UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR)

UNHCR’s emergency teams are already on the ground delivering life-saving essentials like blankets, sleeping mats and tents.

But their stocks are running low. They urgently need your help to scale up their supplies as the situation worsens.

Help them prepare so that they can protect these families who so desperately need support.

World Food Programme (WFP)

WFP is committed to stay and deliver food in Afghanistan

The Afghan people need support now more than ever. Currently, 1 in 3 people are hungry and 2 million children are malnourished.

With drought, pandemic, and conflict, the food security situation will continue to worsen; and hunger will rise. 

Despite security and logistics challenges, WFP is present in the country delivering food and nutrition assistance to people uprooted from their homes, but they need your help to reach more.

Committee to Protect Journalists

By defending journalists, CPJ protects your right to be informed. Your tax-deductible gift makes a difference to the organisation and to the journalists who face reprisal in their pursuit of the truth.

International Medical Corps

International Medical Corps has been in Afghanistan since its founding in 1984, providing emergency and primary healthcare, along with training to build skills and resilience. With staff throughout the country committed to providing lifesaving aid, the organisation will continue its work even as uncertainty for the future grips the nation.

Malala Fund

To improve access to safe, free and quality education, Malala Fund’s work in Afghanistan is focused on addressing a nation-wide shortage of female teachers through recruitment and improving education quality and learning outcomes by investing more in teacher training development.

Malala Fund initiated its work in Afghanistan in 2017 with close to $1.9M invested in local organisations.

Women For Afghan Women

Women for Afghan Women (WAW) has been working on the ground in Afghanistan for over twenty years to improve the lives of Afghan women, children, families, and communities—and are determined to employ every resource they have to continue their critical humanitarian work.

They are offering assistance to staff who are interested in applying for the Priority 2 (P-2) US Refugee Resettlement Program, as well as providing documents that can be used for similar programs in Europe, Latin America, and other countries.