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Help and Save Lives

$698 Raised of $3,000

Emergency

23%

About Campaign

Imagine living under a tent with no shelter and seeing your kids struggling to survive! Yes, it is happening with the poor families living in Baharistan which is located in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. These vulnerable communities’ children even have lost their lives due to severe coldness in winter. They do not have access to clean water, live under thin tents, and are barely making any income to feed their families. We would like to help these individuals by providing Aseel’s Emergency Food Packages. Small or big, every donation counts. Remember, your donation could save their lives! The Emergency Food Package includes the following items: Flour: 50 kg Rice: 7 kg Dal: 7 kg Beans: 7 kg Sugar:4 kg Green Tea: 1 kg Oil: 5 liters

Organizers

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Susan Niazi, Bahara Walizada, & Amanda Kadyrbekova

Susan Niazi: I am pursuing a bachelor's degree in Social Entrepreneurship at the American University of Central Asia. I as an alumna of the U.S. embassy have contributed to community development in various fields for the past five years. Notably, I led Angels for Covid Relief Mazar, an initiative that was first launched in Tronto, Canada in 2020 in response to COVID-19. As coordinator of Angels for Covid Mazar, I partnered with Eidana, an NGO, aiming to help street-working children, won a grant from the Afghanistan U.S Alumni Network (AUSAN), and started a fundraising campaign which all in all enabled me to help hundreds of vulnerable individuals in my community. Bahara Walizada: I am an AUAF Business graduate and I am currently pursuing my MBA at AUAF. I have acquired diverse experience in various roles. One notable experience was as a humanitarian and social worker in the Afghanistan Relief Organization, where I dedicated my efforts to uplifting vulnerable communities and contributing to their overall well-being. I also have worked as a Consultant at Winter Camp Afghanistan, where I provided assistance to teachers and students and worked in multidisciplinary teams to deliver improvements in line with project goals and objectives. These experiences have granted me invaluable insights into the challenges faced by marginalized populations and have reinforced my unwavering commitment to making a difference in their lives. I possess a strong passion for humanitarian work and am dedicated to addressing complex social challenges. Amanda Kadyrbekova: I am a senior student majoring in Journalism Department at American University of Central Asia. I am the founder of Muslim Community at American University of Central Asia, where we share knowledge related to Islam among students and keep the sense of community. I have a strong passion in helping poor people and especially Afghans who are struggling with having food and shelter to live a better life.