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Ways to Support Women and Girls in Afghanistan

The dangers that women and girls are facing in Afghanistan are heartbreaking. Since June, more than 120,000 children have been displaced by the conflict, and women and girls are especially vulnerable during this current urgent moment. Through our work with the Girls Opportunity Alliance, we are committed to educating and empowering girls and young women around the world.

If you’re looking for ways to help, here are some organizations doing important and vital work in Afghanistan. We hope you'll show your support however you can, and we'll continue to add resources to this page.


For 75 years, CARE has worked to address global poverty with a special focus on women and girls. Its Afghanistan Humanitarian Fund (Opens in a new tab) is working to reach 500,000 vulnerable Afghans with emergency food, health services, shelter, and support for refugees.

Women for Women International

Since 1993, Women for Women International has invested in the power of over 500,000 women impacted by war and conflict and helped them to rebuild their families and communities. Its Emergency Fund for Afghanistan (Opens in a new tab) will match your donation up to $500,000.

Save the Children 

Save the Children (Opens in a new tab) champions the rights of the world's 2.3 billion children. In the past year, it reached 602,000 girls and boys in Afghanistan and is focused on providing emergency aid to displaced families.


AfghanAid (Opens in a new tab) works in some of the most remote regions of Afghanistan and is supporting families who have lost their homes and livelihoods across the region.

Vital Voices

Vital Voices (Opens in a new tab) invests in women leaders in 82 countries around the world. Through its fund, it is working to protect women changemakers and survivors of gender-based violence in Afghanistan.

Women for Afghan Women

For the past two decades, Women for Afghan Women (Opens in a new tab) has worked to protect the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan. It is providing shelter and emergency resources to thousands of women, children, and families across the country.