FAQs

Ongoing conflict and instability have caused disruptions to World Vision Afghanistan's operations and delays in project implementation. Drought, displacement, conflict, and COVID-19 have made access to some communities increasingly challenging. 

World Vision Afghanistan is continuously monitoring the situation and engaging remotely with affected populations where possible. We’re also working alongside our partners to ensure we do everything we can to keep children and their families safe.

The current COVID-19 situation in Afghanistan is being hampered and worsened by ongoing conflict. Many hospitals and health clinics have been damaged in the fighting and or been forced to shut down due to insecurity. The Delta variant of COVID-19 is fuelling the country's third wave of COVID-19 cases.

World Vision Afghanistan reiterates its commitment to the Afghan communities and especially their children. World Vision Afghanistan will continue to remain faithful to this commitment in helping the most vulnerable children to overcome poverty and experience fullness of life.

We have supported them for the past 20 years, and we will continue to remain faithful to this commitment in helping the most vulnerable children to overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We will continue to help children from all backgrounds, even in the world's most dangerous places.
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