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Thank you for helping feed starving Afghan families!

Blog Team
Sep 28, 2021

Members of the World Help family have given generously to help Afghan families survive the Taliban takeover.

Though the news continues to share the most heartbreaking pictures and stories coming out of Afghanistan, you deserve to hear some good news, too!

Our partners recently distributed essentials like beans, rice, peas, macaroni, flour, and oil to people in need in Afghanistan. These items will give displaced families the nutrition they need to survive the difficult days ahead.

And it’s all thanks to donors like you!

The men, women, and children who received these items are so thankful for your generosity. As you can see in the pictures, they stuck close to their food bags because they are that precious to them.

They know this food will help keep their families alive.

“We are lined up to do a couple [more] distributions within the next few days,” our partner in Afghanistan said.

Thank you for being the hands and feet of Jesus by providing emergency food, clean water, and other lifesaving aid for hungry families.

Your generosity has been the difference between life and death for so many.

As you can imagine, food remains the biggest need for people who have fled their homes to escape the Taliban. In fact, the World Food Programme now says 93 percent of Afghans don’t have enough food.

If you’d like to give, click the link below to learn how you can provide help and hope for Afghan families who need it most.

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