Despite the Challenges, Donors Must Continue to Support Struggling Nonprofits in Afghanistan

In the year since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, hundreds of stories have emerged highlighting the efforts of Afghans to advocate for rights, justice, and dignity in the face of severe humanitarian and human rights crises. Such stories reflect the courage and tenacity of Afghan civil society that drew us to philanthropic work in the country in the first place. Unfortunately, those same groups now tell us that funding has dried up, and many Afghan organizations focused on building peace are struggling to survive.

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