As the situation gets worst in Kabul and the number of victims of COVID-19 increases, HAWCA continues its focus on supporting the most vulnerable section of the society.
HAWCA thanks Fons Mallorqui for supporting us in this time of crises.
With their supports we were able to provide emergency food services to 500 families in Kabul.
Since most of the people are daily workers in Kabul, the quarantine has made the life very hard for them and they are struggling to get a one-time meal.
Please support HAWCA in order to help the people in need and save their lives.
For any support you can contact us through the following emails:
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Like many other countries, the Afghan government has also realized the danger that COVID-19 poses us all and thus have announced a completed lockdown in many provinces. However, the government has failed to prepare a plan to support the poor and needy in this time of crisis. More than 95% of the Afghan population is living in poverty and most of them are daily workers. Staying at home will mean dying of hunger. HAWCA likes to thank all the supporters who supported us in providing emergency food and hygiene services to the neediest part of the society. However, this support was able to help a few people. There are thousands of other households and especially widows and orphans that require immediate attention. HAWCA calls upon all the supporters around the world to help us through donations and funds to save the lives of the people who are not infected by the virus but who might die of hunger.
Our special thanks to KNH, CISDA and Fons Mallorqui whose donations helped a lot of people.
Please email us through the following email if you like to donate:
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8th March is chosen to be the Women’s Day in order to remember the day when ordinary women stood against tyranny and inequality and whose acts of courage and determination changed the lives of millions of women. Years have passed from that historical day yet women are oppressed even in the most advanced countries. Gender-based discrimination and violence is a plague that is growing throughout the world and it is the women who have to face and defeat it. Let us remember those women who united and took the first step in bringing an end to discrimination and violence, and aspire to work for a world where all men and women live in freedom and equality.


HAWCA as part of the ongoing project of LHSRI, supported by our highly valued partner FONS MALLORQUÍ DE SOLIDARITAT I COOPERACIÓ, initiated an immediate response emergency operation for the refugees and IDPs in four of the most highly populated and vulnerable camps located in Kabul. The focus of the food and nutrition packages distribution were children at risk of malnutrition and severely fragile due to the disastrous environment. The food and nutrition packages aim to improve the immediate food security, health and nutritional well-being of children, mainly by diagnosing the urgent and underlying food related causes of malnutrition and its associated diseases.





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