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Let’s Help the Starving Children In Afghanistan!

Humanity has no borders! According to World Food Program (WFP) surveys, 95 per cent of households in Afghanistan don’t have enough food; adults are eating less and skipping meals so their children can eat. Fourteen million people in Afghanistan are facing acute food insecurity with 3.2 million children under the age of 5 suffering from malnutrition. At least 1 million of these children are at high risk of starving to death due to acute malnutrition. Similarly, breastfeeding mothers are starving and are facing lactation insufficiency. Babies are emaciated while the chilling winter has just started, which further threatens these children’s survival. At such a hard time, we should all act selflessly to save the lives of our own kind.

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    paypal.com/gb/fundraiser/charity/3216875 Hundreds of people mostly women and children have been the latest victims of a range of devastating flush flooding that have swept dozens of villages with their livestock, homes and inhabitants in Baghlan province, Afghanistan. According to reports by various international media, torrent of deadly water destroyed scores of villages in a country already suffering from extreme poverty, famine, and ineffective healthcare system. Many families with children have been spending hungry nights under open and cold sky while fear of infectious diseases spreading in the affected region is increasing. Baghlan Province where most affected villages are located is remote, and over 200 miles away from capital Kabul. NGOs and international humanitarian organisations are trying to access the affected region. AAHP-UK partners in Afghanistan have confirmed that their rescue and healthcare teams have reached the area. Association of Afghan Healthcare Professionals-UK has pledged to join efforts with local teams to provide essential help and assistance to poor people of Baghlan. We, therefore, would like to, courteously and once again, ask you for your generous donations so we can together extend a helping hand to some of the most needy people in the world. Please use the below link to pay your donations via our PayPal account, or directly into our bank account, stated below. Please share this with as many friend and families as you can, so we can send the essential help to victims at earliest opportunity. Time is of essence! paypal.com/gb/fundraiser/charity/3216875 (Feed generated with FetchRSS) Read more »
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