Afghanistan: Thousands received life-saving assistance in 2015

Conflict and violence continue to devastate the lives of hundreds of thousands of Afghan people. 

In 2015, we provided basic aid, such as clean water and medical care, to those most in need across Afghanistan. Our teams also visited detainees to monitor their living conditions and treatment, and worked tirelessly to help to reconnect families separated by the conflict.

Highlights of our work in Afghanistan in 2015

1.5 million medical treatments were administered.
260,000 people were provided with clean water.
145,000 people received basic aid, such as food and blankets.
130,000 people benefitted from physical rehabilitation services.
12,000 messages and calls were exchanged between detainees and their families.

For more information, read the full update on our work in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan: Facts and figures 2015

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