Support Afghan Families of Herat Province in Winter Season
Organizers: Nazaneen Qauomi
USD 1,549 raised of USD 9,260
About the Campaign
Afghanistan is currently facing a humanitarian crisis and this winter in Afghanistan is assumed to be extremely harsh and brutal. Meanwhile, after the Afghanistan government fell out in August 2021 the situation worsened and poverty has been rising day by day especially food item prices have been increased and many children are at risk of malnutrition and losing their life. In addition to a lack of employment, limited resources, a monetary crisis, and government oppression, the winter season is coming. Therefore, Nazaneen Qauomi in partnership with Aseel has launched a campaign to help 20 Afghan families living in the city of Herat throughout the winter season. Our objective is to provide families with support during the winter and we want to make sure they can sustain for four months (December to March) raised funds will go directly to women and their families through Aseel's team in Afghanistan.
Each family will receive :1. Large Emergency Winter Package that includes a Wood 245KG Heater 1 Wood burner oil 3 Bottles 2. Four Emergency Food Packages that include Rice 7kg Dal 7kg Beans 7kg Green Tea 1kg Sugar 4kg Flour 50kg Oil 5L If we exceed our financial target, every dollar will go towards supporting additional families. Sometimes it happens that we do not see hope but as human beings, this is our responsibility to bring hope to the ones who need it the most. This is not only a “good cause” to donate to but also a mission to empower, enable, and provide hope to Afghan families in need.
About the Organizer
Nazaneen Qauomi is an Afghan diaspora currently living in Canada. She is the founder of Red Gold of Afghanistan Company that produce Saffron in Herat Province, Afghanistan by women. In addition, she is committed to helping families of these women who are the breadwinners of their families in Afghanistan during the winter. Last year with the generous support of friends and families she raised $5,449 for helping these women and this year she hopes to raise more funds and help more families.