Mercy Corps U.S.
Mercy Corps teams are working to get clean water and sanitation supplies to those who need it most. Since 1986, they have been helping to improve the quality of life for Afghans - from water and sanitation to agriculture and vocational training. Their current focus is on meeting the needs of the nearly 400,000 people who have been displaced since January 2021.
International Rescue Committee (IRC)
International Rescue Committee (IRC) has been working in Afghanistan since 1988, and is currently providing displaced families with tents, clean water, sanitation, and other necessities as well as supporting healthcare, providing emergency cash assistance and protection services.
International Medical Corps
International Medical Corps has provided health and related services and training in Afghanistan since their founding in 1984. In Kabul, they have launched a mobile medical team to provide basic healthcare services. In other areas of the country, they continue to operate their health facilities.
CARE first established its mission in Afghanistan in 1961 and has been focusing on women's & girl's empowerment, enhanced resilience, and humanitarian relief. Currently the are working to meet the needs of vulnerable and displaced Afghan families, including food, water, shelter, and protection.
Save the Children
Save the Children has been supporting communities across Afghanistan since 1976, and is committed to remaining in-country to continue delivering life-saving health, education, and protection services. In the US, they are assisting newly arriving Afghan refugees by providing safe play areas at temporary shelters for the children, and delivering basic supplies including hygiene kits, diapers, wipes and COVID-prevention materials.