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Children in Afghanistan need our help. The world must act now to protect children

Afghanistan’s children face a fast-moving humanitarian crisis that is putting millions of lives at risk.

On top of a conflict that has resulted in a sudden change of rule, the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people and huge uncertainty about the protection of women and children, the country is also facing a massive hunger crisis. Climate change, the devasting impacts of COVID-19 and conflict have combined to make Afghanistan one of the most dangerous and difficult places to be a child. But World Vision staff are on the ground.

We have been working in Afghanistan for 20 years

More than 18 million people need humanitarian assistance. World Vision is on the ground and committed to improving the lives of girls and boys, to ensure individual children have a better future.

Children in Afghanistan are fighting for survival. 

After years of conflict in Afghanistan, the impact on children is devastating

Together, we can protect children living in the world's most dangerous places, like Afghanistan. 

The needs in Afghanistan

World Vision's work in Afghanistan 

World Vision has been working in Afghanistan since 2001, when our operations began in response to an emergency. Within a few years, the organisation moved toward rehabilitation and then on to long-term development programming. 

As World Vision, we strive to ensure all children: experience good health; are educated for life; are cared for, protected and participating, and experience the love of God and their neighbours. We are proud to say that we have an excellent reputation among Afghan communities and feel privileged to be widely accepted in the provinces in which we work. We see everything we do as a partnership between us, communities and our donors.

Last year our programmes

642,721

People directly benefited

2,425

children recovered from malnutrition

67,918

People gained access to clean water

World Vision progrmmes in Afghansitan

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