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By harnessing the power of people - and by giving the microphone to children - we can work towards a better world. Together, we can rewrite the rules. Because every child’s future is worth fighting for.

Stand up for Afghanistan's children

Pari* and Sami* were displaced by the crisis in Afghanistan

Hunger is rife. Every province is affected. 98% of families do not have enough to eat. 5 million children are on the brink of famine.

The UN has asked for $4.4 billion for Afghanistan, its largest ever appeal. The UK needs to convene a humanitarian pledging conference to get other wealthy countries around the table.

Please sign the petition. Let’s call on the UK Government to host a global summit immediately to respond practically and financially to the full-blown humanitarian catastrophe underway in Afghanistan and to fund its fair share of the $4.4 billion UN Appeal.

Protect Afghan children's education

Damsa in Afghanistan

 

Learning is a lifeline and the UK Government must prioritise the future of Afghanistan's children.

With their families, children in the UK discussed the situation of Afghan children, and their education, and then created letters and drawings of solidarity.

We want children in Afghanistan to hear us loud and clear - ‘you are in our hearts and minds – we care about your future.’ 

Click here to see the artwork and letters

 

Every child deserves the chance to thrive. But often, rules and systems get in the way. Children face barriers that aren't just bad luck, they're a design of a system.

That could mean children can’t go to school because they’re a girl. Or suffer from diseases because their government hasn't made healthcare available.

Together, we campaign for these children.

We make sure the rights and dignity of all children are protected and upheld by their government. 

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Page last updated January 2022.