A humanitarian aid worker tells us why she decided to stay behind in Afghanistan: She believes there’s still hope that … – Yahoo Canada Shine On

Asuntha Charles, national director for World Vision in Afghanistan, said it is critical to stand by Afghan children during the crisis. She said the media isn’t highlighting the positive parts of Afghanistan, which would give people hope. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. The national director for World Vision, a humanitarian organization in Afghanistan, said

23.7 million people need humanitarian assistance in Afghanistan: UNICEF – ETHealthWorld

Kabul: As many as 23.7 million people including 12.3 million children in Afghanistan require humanitarian assistance in 2024, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said, Afghanistan-based Khaama Press reported. According to UNICEF, only 35 per cent of the required USD 1.4 billion in aid for children in Afghanistan has been secured. The UNICEF released its

Over 12 million children in Afghanistan need humanitarian aid in 2024: UNICEF – The Khaama Press News Agency

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reports that Afghanistan’s 23.7 million people, including 12.3 million children, require humanitarian assistance in 2024. UNICEF states that only 35% of the required $1.4 billion in aid for children in Afghanistan has been secured. The organization released its latest report on the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan in March of

Jennifer Garner Visits Programs Helping Afghan Refugees in the U.S. – imdb

As thousands of Afghan evacuees continue to seek safety in the U.S., Save the Children Trustee and actress Jennifer Garner visited Save the Children’s programs helping support the immediate needs of newly-arrived Afghan children and families at, and just outside of, Dulles International Airport, which serves the Washington, D.C. metro area. Jennifer Garner receives a

Afghan children confront deportation in Iran amid economic struggles – Daily Minute Mirror

After the Taliban’s 2021 takeover, many Afghan children face harsh conditions after being deported from Iran. Concerns about child deportation from neighboring countries like Pakistan and Iran are getting global attention. According to Tolo News, local authorities in Afghanistan’s Nimruz province confirmed over 20,000 Afghan children were forcibly sent back from Iran last year alone.

I spent a decade helping Afghan girls make educational progress − and now the Taliban are using these 3 reasons to … – The Conversation

Before the collapse of the Afghan government in August 2021, girls’ access to education was steadily improving. In 2019, the Ministry of Education introduced the country’s first Girls Education Policy, known as the GEP. This policy sought to improve women’s literacy rates and access to education nationwide. The National Education Strategic Plan and the Girls’

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