We are trying to help starving Afghan families by providing them $100 packages that last them a month. The packages include seventeen items such as flour, rice, sugar, cooking oil, beans, tomato paste, macaroni and so...
Transparency demands we tell you about our process as well. Remember that this is an individual initiative and has no organisation or govern;ent body behind it. We prefer to buy all our goods locally. The transportation cost of goods purchased from a neighboring country does not justify the overall cost of the purchase. Purchasing locally helps the economy. We have been sharing the most recent pricelists with you on this page. Prices are changing daily as is the rate of a dollar in Afghanistan. We will keep purchasing from local vendors until the price is justified.
Also good news is we will be doing a smaller drive in the next two days. I'll try to talk to the younger kids there to give you an idea of the difference you're making.
Thank you all for every bit of help so far! We will be conducted a small drive in the next few days with the money we had collected before this call! One thing we have added to our package is dry milk. According to the UN, more than half of all under-fives are suffering from extreme malnutrition, and more than one-third of citizens are not getting enough to eat. Please spread this campaign among your friends who want to help Afghanistan but don't know how.
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