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Afghanistan's food crisis through the eyes of a mother
To combat malnutrition, FHI 360 is working with Afghan NGOs to train front-line health and humanitarian workers to deliver emergency nutrition services to pregnant and lactating women and their infants. So far, FHI 360 and its partners have trained more than 100 people in five workshops, with more workshops scheduled. Learn more.
CARE mobile health teams assisting earthquake survivors
CARE Afghanistan deployed three mobile health teams on June 22 to Khost and Paktika provinces, immediately following the devastating earthquake in eastern Afghanistan that is estimated to have killed between 770 and 1,000 people, left thousands more injured, and destroyed homes and livelihoods. Learn more
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Kabul Women’s Association builds gender equality
CARE has provided funding to the Kabul Women's Association, which has gone towards paying rent and utilities on the KWA’s building. CARE has also offered training on advocacy, recording GBV cases, and mediating complex family situations. Monthly training opportunities on different subjects are offered to each of the KWA’s 20 action groups, with CARE paying rent for venues in different districts around the city. Learn more