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Donate now to support the people of Afghanistan. Your donations via Giveabl's API and plugins will go towards providing essential services, such as healthcare and education, to the most vulnerable people in Afghanistan. With your help, we can continue to make a difference in the lives of Afghans.

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Donations help to support Afghanistan by providing financial assistance to Afghan families and organizations. They also help to fund infrastructure projects, such as the construction of roads and bridges. In addition, donations help to pay for medical supplies and equipment, as well as food and other essential needs.

Why charitable support for Afghanistan is important

One of the most important things we can do for Afghanistan is to provide charitable support. The people of Afghanistan have been through a lot in recent years, and many are still struggling to rebuild their lives. By donating to charities that support Afghanistan, we can help make a difference in the lives of Afghans.

There are many reasons why charitable support for Afghanistan is important. First, it can help improve the quality of life for Afghans. Many charities provide basic necessities like food and water, which can help Afghan families survive and thrive. Additionally, charitable support can help fund education and health care initiatives in Afghanistan. This is especially important given the high rates of illiteracy and disease in the country. Finally, by supporting Afghan charities, we can send a message of solidarity and hope to the people of Afghanistan who have been through so much hardship.

Charitable support for Afghanistan is important not only because it helps improve the lives of Afghans, but also because it sends a message that we care about what happens in their country.

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Three ways you can support Afghanistan causes
  1. Donate to a relief organization that is providing aid to Afghanistan. There are many organizations that are working to help those affected by the conflict in Afghanistan, and your donation can make a difference.

  2. Contact your representatives and let them know that you support efforts to bring peace and stability to Afghanistan. Showing your support can help build momentum for positive change.

  3. Raise awareness about the situation in Afghanistan. Many people are not aware of the ongoing conflict and the humanitarian crisis that is taking place. By spreading the word, you can help raise vital funds and support for those who need it most.

What makes Afghanistan unique About Afghanistan

Afghanistan is a landlocked country located in Central Asia. The population of Afghanistan is 31 million, which makes it the 42nd most populous country in the world. The land area of Afghanistan is 647,500 square kilometers, making it the 41st largest country in the world. Afghanistan is bordered by Pakistan to the south and east, Iran to the west, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to the north, and China to the northeast.

The climate of Afghanistan is quite varied due to its geographical features. The southern and eastern parts of the country are mostly arid or semi-arid, while the northern and western areas are mountainous and receive more rainfall. The capital city of Kabul has an average temperature of 15 degrees Celsius in January and 29 degrees Celsius in July.

Some interesting facts about Afghanistan include:

  • Afghanistan was once part of Persia (Iran) until it gained independence in 1919.
  • The name "Afghan" originally referred to only one ethnic group (the Pashtuns), but now includes all citizens of Afghanistan.
  • Pashtun people make up around 42% of Afghanistan's population.
  • Kabul University was founded in 1932 and was once one of leading universities in Central Asia.
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Animal Aid Abroad
ABN 84865073587
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Animal Aid Abroad raises funds in Australia and overseas via donations and functions and events held in Australia. Funds raised are sent overseas to assist working animal shelters and charities with their operations, medicines, equipment and veterinary services.
One Vision Aid
ABN 46729020250
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we provided financial assistance to students
Brimbank Community Initiatives
ABN 99534496357
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Support the LGBTQI+ community, particularly vulnerable people, such as the homeless, minorities people, cultural and linguistics All money and resources received or generated by the organization or by any of its projects will be used for the furthering of its aims and not for diverse people with disability, those experiencing domestic abuse, People with HIV, people with Financially hardship, Migrants, Refugees, asylum seekers, Overseas communities, and charities People with corning Illness, Unemployed person. Etc. He understood that individuals within this community needed safety and understanding, first and foremost. These days, Brimbank focuses on financial support, mentoring, and hope for students marginalized due to sexual orientation, gender expression, or gender identity. Overseas communities and Charities for various areas LGBTQI+ HIV, TB. STD, ISTD( Sexually transferable disease), Education, poverty improvement, safe drinking water, Supporting for HIV orphanage children EDUCATION and shelterThe Brimbank Community Initiatives Inc (BCI Inc) is committed to affirming all people's dignity and the right of every individual to a meaningful role in society. As a Public Benevolent Institution, BCI Inc seeks to directly relieve the poverty, suffering, distress, and misfortune in the City and surrounds. BCI Inc will work to strengthen the resolve of those who work with the poor and encourage others to participate justice and compassion. The BCI Inc will be communitybased, Open, and Affirming of all people, without judgement, whatever their race, condition, or sexuality standing with all those who struggle for justiceBCI more focused on minorities, Refuse, Culturally diverse background people, LgbtqI+ International students, Lgbtqi Asylum seeker, Lgbtqi Mental health Support and providing accommodation, Providing accommodation for refugee and minorities. After pandemic (COVID19), Brimbank Supporting Disadvantage people Impact from Pandemic. Growing their own organic vegetable and support people who need most by post parcel and delivering them. Supporting financially emergency Relief for Overseas Lgbtqi communities and venerable individual. Brimbank Community Support Program training materials were translated into languages other than English, and the Scholarship Program, for intelligent students from impoverished backgrounds, has developed many peerbased Prevention and Education programs with local schools and communities, across many parts of Africa, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Thailand, Indonesia, Pakistan, China, Cambodia, Philippine, Myanmar and Laos. Through the Brimbank Community Initiative, he has helped hundreds and hundreds of people find their safety, negotiate the system, and live full lives.
Aus Ghan Aid
We provider medical services in the form of an ambulance to the needy in CharKent province Afghanistan with an average of 120 140 return trips to the regional hospital in MasaresharifWe launched an educational program supplying 15 regional schools with educational equipment to 1,150 young students
World Vision Australia
ABN 28004778081
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In 2020 World Vision Australia continued its mission to go where the need is greatest to help the world’s most vulnerable children. World Vision Australia is part of a global partnership dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice and in the past year celebrated significant progress while acknowledging there is still a long way to go. For more than 70 years, World Vision has positively impacted the lives of more than 200 million children, who have benefited from World Vision’s development, emergency relief and advocacy programming, either directly or indirectly. This has been achieved through the collaboration and backing of our supporters and partners. Most of World Vision Australia’s funding has been for community programs mainly in Africa and the AsiaPacific. World Vision’s child sponsorshipfunded Area Programs address the root causes of poverty in a community, empowering people to help themselves. World Vision works hand in hand with community members to ensure that children have access to clean water, nutritious food, healthcare, education, and protection from abuse and exploitation. And World Vision helps children develop the emotional health and social skills to become leaders in their community and beyond. World Vision Australia also works alongside Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communities in programs promoting positive wellbeing for First Nations children, families and communities and has provided humanitarian aid and assistance in response to people affected by crisis in places such as Syria and Uganda.
Shelter (Australia)
ABN 52166768118
Endorsed DGR Item 1
We exist to provide help to the poorest people groups of Central Asia and West Africa, particularly in Afghanistan, Togo, and the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.
Tear Australia
ABN 85085413832
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Through the work of local partners, Tearfund Australia is able to provide longterm sustainable development in poor communities around the world. Often this work is in difficult and challenging environments where vulnerable people may feel neglected or forgotten. Tearfund supports projects that meet the particular needs of these communities such as food security, water and sanitation, basic health and education, and disaster relief and recovery. Due to COVID19, many project partners pivoted their work to sustaining communities through the challenges of the pandemic. For more details on Tearfund's work go to
Hagar Australia
ABN 20159198535
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The vision of Hagar Australia is to see communities free and healed from the trauma of human trafficking, slavery and abuse. That vision is translated into the mission of Hagar in applying expertise in support, care and recovery for those affected by trauma, with the aim of stopping trauma through the process of healing. To achieve this aim, Hagar is involved in the treatment and care of women and children that have suffered violence, exploitation and injustice as well as providing for the economic empowerment of women and children in need, restoring dignity and hope along with building resilience and community reintegration for those who have suffered exploitation, abuse, violence and trafficking.
Hasene Australia
ABN 21615411508
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Hasene Australia provides benevolent relief to disadvantaged persons or communities regardless of race, gender, religion and nationality by running projects and campaigns in Australia and across the world. For more information please visit:
Save The Children Australia
In Australia and around the world, we do everything we can to give children a healthy start in life, to provide them with the opportunity to learn, and to protect them from harm. When crisis strikes and children are most vulnerable, we rapidly response to save their lives. We always make sure children's unique needs are met and their voices are heard. We deliver lasting results for children to help them transform their lives and the future we share. The goals we have set ourselves are not easy but with the generous support of thousands of Australians, corporate partners, trusts and foundations, and local, state and federal Australian governments, we have the audacity to say it is possible. This support means we can access some of the hardesttoreach children and young people around the world.
Murdoch Children's Research Institute
ABN 21006566972
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MCRI undertakes research into infant, child and adolescent health. Research takes place across a range of laboratory work, clinical research and broad population health studies within five main research themes – cell biology, clinical sciences, genetics, infection and immunity and population health. Crossdisciplinary research programs bring together research from across themes. Due to its size, MCRI can bring together large teams of researchers to work on related areas to stimulate scientific collaboration, both within MCRI as well as nationally and internationally. Major strategic initiatives include: the Gen V study aimed at improving current standard models of care; development of genomics and personalised medicine to improve child health outcomes; Global Health program to support and implement research addressing health issues of the world’s poorest children; health service research aimed at improving healthcare and education delivery to children; Stem cell medicine program preparing Australia for delivery of human stem cellbased products and clinical practices; and management and operation of a single clinical and community trial precinct to deliver the latest clinical trials and care to children. Further information can be found at
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Australian Red Cross Society
ABN 50169561394
Endorsed DGR Item 1
Our Vision is “Human dignity, peace, safety and wellbeing for all.” Our purpose: “We support and empower people and communities in times of vulnerability. Our purpose is to reduce suffering across Australia and internationally through mobilising the power of humanity.”The Australian Red Cross is made up of two operating divisions, Lifeblood and HumanitarianServices. Lifeblood plays an important role in the healthcare system by ensuring that patients in Australian hospitals receive lifesaving blood products, delivering worldclass research and provide expertise in diagnostic, transplantation and other clinical services, so helping reduce suffering. Lifeblood spent $703.5m in 2020, with the help of 506,985 volunteer blood donors, we collected and supplied 1.5m blood donations, with supplies remaining in inventory sufficiency bands for 365 days of the year. In 201920, Humanitarian Services spent $301.291m in delivery of humanitarian programs, emergency and disaster response. Most of our disaster and emergency work was carried out supporting people impacted by disasters locally such as those supported by our bushfire appeal and overseas such as the Indonesia Earthquake, Tsunami and the humanitarian challenges in Myanmar and SyriaWe spent $133.591m on our everyday work to address the disadvantaged, with $116.366m spent across Australia and $17.225m overseas. This includes Emergency Relief provided in Australia to people who are not Australian citizens or permanent residents that are impacted by COVID 19 pandemic and may require assistance such as paying utility bills or medical expenses. In addition we supported people in quarantine by providing meals, relief packages and phone calls during COVID 19 pandemic. Our program activities within humanitarian services, which contribute to achieving our purposes, are defined according to our priority areas –Disaster and Emergency services, Locational disadvantage, Social Inclusion, International Aidand Development, International Humanitarian Law, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programsand Migrant Support Services
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Why should I donate to support Afghanistan causes?

There are many reasons why you should donate to support Afghan causes. The country has been through a lot of turmoil and conflict over the years, and its people have experienced tremendous hardship. Donating to Afghan causes helps to provide much-needed assistance to those who are struggling to rebuild their lives. It also sends a message of hope and solidarity to the Afghan people, letting them know that the world cares about their plight and is willing to help them overcome the challenges they face.

How could my donation help Afghanistan?

Your donation could help Afghanistan in a number of ways. It could go towards providing food and clean water, improving education and healthcare, or helping to rebuild infrastructure. Every little bit helps, and your donation would make a big difference to the people of Afghanistan.

What are some ways donations are used to support Afghanistan?

One way donations are used to support Afghanistan is by providing financial assistance to Afghan refugees. This helps them maintain a basic standard of living and access essential services. Another way is by funding education and vocational training programs. These programs enable Afghans to develop the skills they need to find employment and rebuild their country. Additionally, donations are often used to support health care and relief efforts in Afghanistan. This includes providing medical supplies and aid to those affected by natural disasters or conflict.

How else can I support charities and nonprofits that focus on Afghanistan, aside from donations?

There are many ways to support charities and nonprofits that focus on Afghanistan, aside from donations. You can volunteer your time or skills to help with their work. You can also raise awareness about their work and the situation in Afghanistan by sharing information with your friends and family. You can also advocate for policies that will support Afghan charities and nonprofits.

Your donations to support Afghanistan provide much needed resources for infrastructure, education, and economic development

Your donations via Giveabl's API and plugins can help with food, water, clothing, and education – all of which are incredibly important for the people living in Afghanistan.

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