It's been one year since the Taliban took control in Afghanistan. Children are facing extreme hunger, exploitation, no education, endless disease outbreaks and, for many children, death.
It’s a humanitarian catastrophe.
Crippling drought and the economic crisis are pushing Afghanistan to the brink of collapse, with food prices, unemployment and poverty skyrocketing. 18.9m children and adults are facing severe food shortages.
Children are going to bed hungry night after night, and girls are reporting this almost twice as much as boys.
They’re exhausted, wasting away, unable to play or study – not to mention, sad, worried and scared.
Now is not the time to turn our backs on Afghanistan’s children. Your support is critical to save their lives – and their futures.