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Street Child launched an emergency response in the Paktika Province, Afghanistan after the biggest earthquake in a decade killed over 1,000 people, with the death toll expected to rise. Our senior Afghan team reached the worst affected regions within 24 hours, conducting a rapid assessment with our UN partners in order to co-ordinate the response. Since then, with your support, we have been able to support hundreds of households with emergency response packs which include blankets, warm clothing and toys for children.
Afghanistan was already in the midst of a humanitarian crisis with half the country’s population needing food, shelter, and clothing. Recent data from United Nations personnel shows 95% of Afghans are not getting enough to eat with that number increasing to 100% for female-headed households.
If you wish to support our live-saving work for children in Afghanistan, both in Paktika Province and across the rest of the country, please do donate via our Crisis Appeal page.
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