Decades of instability and conflict have tested the resilience and strength of millions of Afghans. Recent security developments, persistent droughts and the pandemic have added to the untold suffering of a country where over 5 million people are already internally displaced.

Almost half of Afghanistan’s population is reliant on emergency relief assistance, with needs continuing to rise.

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is committed to stay in the country, and deliver relief and assistance to mobile and displaced populations in Afghanistan. IOM supports vulnerable communities by providing emergency shelters, core relief items, emergency health services and protection assistance.

But we can’t do this alone.

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