We are helping Afghans survive the worst humanitarian crisis in modern history through our different initiatives. We have distributed monthly packages, provide financial assistance, baked bread and meals distribution.
Hope you've had a wonderful start to your year. Apologies for being absent from this portal. We have done quite a bit with your generous help. Just wanted to list some of the activities below:
1) We prepared meals for the injured from the earthquake that hit Paktika province. Our kitchen served the patients in Gardez hospital for three days.
2) Sacrificed 15 sheep and 7 goats, the meat of which was distributed among the destitute of the earthquake hit areas.
3) We delivered cash to the victims of the Kaaj center blast. The Hazara families with their injured sent out a prayer to all of you.
4) We did multiple cash and food package distributions.
5) We rented a shop and supplies for one person in Kabul to support his family.
I"m attaching some of the pictures but have been uploading relevant content on my twitter page accordingly. I had stopped collecting funds because I wanted to formally register this organisation before we move forward which should happen soon. Meanwhile, we will be doing winter distributions soon to help Afghan families survive the winter.
Just wanted to say a thank you and pray that this all comes back to you ten fold. :)
I cant seem to upload multiple pictures here so will just update the main pages gallery with the pictures.
I hope you're all doing well. I'm sorry to be giving you this update a few days too late but we managed to take monthly food packages to Gaiyan which was the center of the recent earthquake. We helped 80 families there. We are also happy to tell you that we might be getting a decent grant soon and the plan is to try and provide more essential items such as clothes and shelter to people in Bharmal, an area that has largely been ignored by aid organisations due to how difficult it is to access. I will keep you updated. Thank you all and may this all come back to you ten fold :)
The uphill battle continues as Afghanistan is now hit by an earthquake that has caused more than 1000 deaths so far. We sent our team to Gardez hospital where some of the survivors were taken and offered them prepared meals. Our team will go to Gaiyan which is the remote area which has been affected the most and figures out what we can do there today. Just wanted to update all of you, will post more as soon as we know more.
Hope you're all doing well and are safe with your families. We have had another bloody month of Ramadhan in Afghanistan with another blast today that targetted worshippers at a mosque.
The little positive news is that we will have monthly packages we have prepared for 200 families to take home to their families for Eid delivered tomorrow. We will keep them overnight and have everyone come to pick them up a day before Eid. We are hoping this makes their Eid a little happier and free of worry regarding food.
The packages are worth $50 dollars each so this is one of our biggest drives yet. We put special attention into the families we chose, a large some of them were referred to us by those who knew them to be suffering. Lets hope this comes back to all of you in ways you never imagined.
We started our meal distribution yesterday and distributed 400 prepared meals to a100 families at the district 11 of Kabul. We will be targeting a different district every day. We are providing 4 meals per family so that the women and children have a decent meal to eat this Ramzan. Thank you all for your help. Families went to sleep with a full belly because of your efforts yesterday.
Please note that I've directed the team to make sure those receiving the meals are seated or lined on one side in the future to ensure a more dignified distribution.
Video of the distribution here:
Thank you for your very kind donations. We successfully wrapped up our promised help of bread to 205 families in Kabul over the winter. This Ramadhan as families in Kabul observe the holy month and fast, we will be providing prepared meals for them to take home. We will be preparing up to 400 meals a day and hope to give every family 3-4 packs to take home. That way we make sure the women and children get to eat the meals as well. Our packages will include (Qaboli rice, chicken piece, dates, and a piece of bread). I will be sharing pictures with you as soon as we get the funds to Kabul and start.
As you might already be aware, we have started distributing baked bread across Kabul. We cater to 75 families across 7 districts of Kabul. The districts include:
(PD 9 Yaka Toot, PD 22 Kocha Shamshad, PD 12 Shina, PD 16 Qila Zaman Khan, PD 17 Shahrak Safa, PD 6 Qalai Bakhtiar, PD 5 Khushal Khan). We have shortlisted the neediest families in these districts and will expand with time Every family will receive 10 pieces of bread once a day. The bread costs 9 AFN so it will cost us $64 to feed 75 families every day. We are going to expand this to 200 families a day starting next week. Just wanted to say a thank you to all of you. Please watch the video below and share it in your circles.
I'm sorry I tend to not send you updates here too often, I also understand people get annoyed by too many emails. I hope you get to see most of the work we do on twitter.
We have done four or five different drives since we posted here last. Today we had 32 families from all across Afghanistan collecting the food aid we could provide them. This was all possible due to your help.
Video for today and pictures attached:
Sending you prayers,
So our superman friend Andrew North went and visited Ruqia recently,. Please read the article. We didn't do as much as Andrew did for the family but it helps to know we did our bit.
Here is our team hard at work in Daikudni, preparing packages that were sent out earlier today. Will share pictures of the drive as soon as I have them. There is a video of a resident thank you on the link below:
This is from our last drive in Kabul. We helped fifty families that had no income. Collected the list of the families from different sources. We are now doing another larger drive in three provinces namely Parwan, Maidan Wardak and Daikundi in the next few days. Thank you for all the support
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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