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Afghanistan has been affected by a humanitarian crisis for many years due to ongoing conflict, poverty, and limited access to basic services such as healthcare, education, and clean water. The conflict in Afghanistan has displaced millions of people, and many Afghans have been forced to flee their homes due to violence and insecurity and the recent takeover of the Taliban. This has resulted in a large number of internally displaced people (IDPs) within Afghanistan, as well as Afghan refugees in neighboring countries and the US and EU.
The humanitarian situation in Afghanistan is further exacerbated by a range of other challenges, including natural disasters, such as droughts and earthquakes, flood, and a lack of access to basic services, particularly in rural and remote areas. International organizations have been working to address the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, but the ongoing conflict and other challenges have made it difficult to provide adequate assistance to those in need.
Education in Afghanistan has seen significant changes in recent decades. After the fall of the Afghan government, we have made efforts to increase access to education, especially for girls who were largely denied education under the Taliban.
Employment in Afghanistan has been affected by ongoing conflict, weak economic growth, and limited job opportunities. The unemployment rate in Afghanistan is high, particularly among young people, and many Afghans struggle to find decent work.
We will launch our new initiative to provide health and wellness consultancy sessions through audio/video calls to the vulnerable people in Afghanistan. This initiative registers volunteer doctors in and outside the country to allocate a few hours of their time weekly and advise several registered patients weekly.