Afghanistan Flood

Emergency Appeal

At least 182 people have been killed and hundreds more injured during a month of heavy flooding from seasonal rains, in the Khushi district of the Logar province south of Kabul, Afghanistan.


Following two decades of war and now economic sanctions, the Afghan people continue to suffer. In circumstances where the US and Britain have seized billions of dollars of Afghan money, they don't have the resources to feed themselves, let alone provide emergency relief to their flood victims.


As a result, Human Aid, who are one of the very few NGOs on the ground right now, are in the Khusi district of the Logar province, to deliver your assistance with temporary shelter and food. As the death toll rises we are calling for your support to help those who are suffering and in need of support.


“If anyone relieves a Muslim believer from one of the hardships of this worldly life, Allah will relieve him of one of the hardships of the Day of Resurrection.” (Muslim) 


Our team are distributing some of the key essential and emergency items such as Food Packs, Survival kits containing tents, carpets, blankets and kitchen utensils.

Emergency Food Pack
£60 can provide a Food Pack for 1 family for 1 month.
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Emergency Shelter
£150 can provide a Shelter for a family of 7.
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Emergency Survival Pack
£300 can provide an Emergency Survival Pack.
  • Food pack
  • Emergency shelter
  • Other essential survival items
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Human Aid is a trustworthy organisation, they regularly come to me for matters ascertaining to the Sharia and take on board the advice that we give them”

Sheikh Haitham al-Haddad
Chair of the Fatwa Committee for The Islamic Council of Europe

“I deeply miss Syria, my homeland: I miss my family and all the martyrs who were once with us. As of now, your support is what is keeping us going until we can return home”

Abo Ali
Internally Displaced Refugee father of five in Syria

“Human Aid is one of the organisations that helped us in the emergency department, which saw the most casualties. Their support saved lives here in Gaza.”

Dr Ayman Sahabani
Head of Emergency, Al Shifa hospital in Gaza, Palestine