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Paktika and Khost Deadly Earthquake

Paktika and Khost were struck by a catastrophic earthquake measuring 5.9 magnitude. More than 1000 people are reportedly dead, and 1500 reported injuries thus far are growing. Reports also indicate that villages are completely decimated due to the earthquake. In addition, countless children remain missing and vulnerable.

Afghans living in DC (ALDC), an Afghan Diaspora group based in DMV and Help Build Tomorrow (HBT), a 501c Charity group focusing on Afghanistan, are urgently pleading to donate to this fundraiser as we seek to alleviate the catastrophic effects of this earthquake.

The proceeds will be used to:

1. Purchase food packages for the people directly affected.

2. Provide shoes and clothes for families and children.

3. Provide significant first-aid resources to the affected.

4. provide Child support services by providing shelter and family unification.

Our target for this round of fundraising is $50,000. Every dollar counts.

We appreciate every donation and will follow up as the distribution starts to ensure transparency.

100% of these donations will directly be distributed to the earthquake victims with no overhead cost.

For the campaign link in Facebook, please see below links or additionally you can donate by pressing the donate button below:  

Facebook Campaign Link:  https://www.facebook.com/donate/755918262101734

GoFundMe Campaign Link: https://bit.ly/3Ovic1L

ruined house in Paktika because of earthquake
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HBT Distributed food package for 48 families in 8th round in kabul

HBT (www.hbt.org) is pleased to announce that it completed the 8th round of distribution of food parcels to 48 needy families in #kabul, totaling 384 direct beneficiaries in all of these families supported.

The total number of families that HBT already distributed food aid packages reached 816 families in all eight rounds in Kabul, Ghazni, Wardak, Nangarhar and Logar.
This was possible with the financial backing of ALDC (Afghans living in the DC area), a DC-based diaspora group.
Thanks to all of you, we’ve accomplished so much. But there is still much more to do.

 By supporting our efforts in Afghanistan, you can make a difference in our fellow Afghans’ lives in imminent food shortages. HBT takes pride in sharing that it’s a 100% beneficiary focused organization, and there is no intermediary or admin overhead cost involved in the process.

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53 needy families in Nnagarhar province received food packages from HBT

HBT is pleased to announce that it completed the seventh round of food package distribution to 53 needy families in #Nangarhar in its humanitarian response program.

With the financial backing of ALDC (Afghans living in DC), a DC-based diaspora group and other supporting groups, we distributed food packages to 53 needy families in Nangarhar, Afghanistan.

The total families that HBT already distributed food aid packages to reached 768 families in all seven rounds in #Kabul, Wardak, Ghazni, Nangarhar and Logar.

We are going to and are committed to continuing humanitarian assistance to those in need and reaching the other provinces of Afghanistan. Please consider donating to this fundraiser whatever you can to become part of helping Afghans in need. Together we can help people in Afghanistan.

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206 needy families received food packages in Wardak province

HBT is pleased to announce that it completed the 6th food distribution campaign to the 206 needy families in Wardak province of Afghanistan.

With the financial backing of ALDC (Afghans living in the DC Area), a DC-based Afghan diaspora group, we distributed food packages to 206 needy families. This brings our total families that we have helped to 715 families in all Six rounds in Kabul, Ghazni, Wardak, and Logar provinces.

Wardak distribution

This does not end here, given the rough economic situation in Afghanistan due to the abrupt collapse and disconnect of international aid and recognition, Afghans are greatly suffering, and food shortage severely affects families and children.

We are committed to continuing humanitarian assistance to those in need in Afghanistan. Please consider donating to this fundraiser whatever you can to become part of helping Afghans in need. Together we can help as many people as possible in Afghanistan. Links for donations are below:

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HBT distributed food packages for 66 needy families in Kabul

HBT is pleased to announce that it completed the fourth round of distribution of food parcels to 66 needy IDPs families in Kabul. With the financial backing of ALDC (Afghans living in DC), a DC-based diaspora group, we distributed food packages to 66 needy families in Kabul, Afghanistan.

The total families that HBT already distributed food aid packages reached 391 families in all four rounds in the provinces of Kabul and Logar. We are going to and are committed to continuing humanitarian assistance to those in need. 

Please consider donating to this fundraiser whatever you can to become part of helping Afghans in need. Together we can help as many people as possible in Afghanistan. Links for donations are below:

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132 Needy families in Logar received food packages from HBT

HBT, in collaboration with the ALDC (Afghans living in DC), a DC-based diaspora group, distributed food packages to 132 needy families in Logar, Afghanistan.

The food package for the individual family included rice, cooking oil, sugar and tea. The recipients of the food packages thanked the Afghan diaspora, who donated generously to this effort.

Logar

HBT is committed to supporting needy families and their children through the hard times and would like to invite everyone to donate to this noble cause for our future rounds of distributions.

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HBT distributed food packages to 43 IDP (internally displaced people) families in Kabul

HBT, in collaboration with the ALDC (Afghans living in DC), a DC-based diaspora group, distributed food packages to 43 IDP (internally displaced people) families in Kabul, Afghanistan.

The food package for the individual family included rice, cooking oil, sugar, tea, and soap.

 

HBT is committed to supporting displaced families and their children through the hard times and would like to invite everyone to donate to this noble cause for our future rounds of distributions. 

We will have many more food distribution rounds to come and post updates on HBT social media.

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118 Needy families received food packages in Ghazni province

HBT is pleased to announce that it completed the Fifth round of distribution of food parcels to 118 needy IDPs families in Ghazni. With the financial backing of ALDC (Afghans living in DC), a DC-based diaspora group, we distributed food packages to 118 needy families in Ghazni, Afghanistan. 

The total families that HBT already distributed food aid packages reached 509 families in all five rounds in the provinces of Kabul, Ghazni and Logar. We are going to and are committed to continuing humanitarian assistance to those in need. 

Please consider donating to this fundraiser whatever you can to become part of helping Afghans in need.Together we can help as many people as possible in Afghanistan. Links for donations are below:

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150 IDP (internally displaced people) families received food packages in Kabul

HBT, in collaboration with the ALDC (Afghans living in DC), a DC-based diaspora group, 𝗱𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗿𝗶𝗯𝘂𝘁𝗲𝗱 𝗳𝗼𝗼𝗱 𝗽𝗮𝗰𝗸𝗮𝗴𝗲𝘀 𝘁𝗼 𝟭𝟱𝟬 𝗜𝗗𝗣 (internally displaced people) families in Kabul, Afghanistan. 

The food package for the individual family included rice, cooking oil, sugar, tea, and soap. The recipients of the food packages thanked the Afghan diaspora, who donated generously to this effort. 

 

Gul Ahmad, a recipient of the food package, stated, “It is the first time I am getting aid after I have moved away from my village, and I want to extend my gratitude to HBT charity and those who donated through HBT.” 

HBT (www.hbt.org) is committed to supporting displaced families and their children through the hard times and would like to invite everyone to donate to this noble cause for our future rounds of distributions. We will have many more food distribution rounds to come and post updates on Hbt_org social media.

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