Emergency Response - Afghanistan 

The escalating conflict in Afghanistan has led to the displacement of nearly 390,000 people.

After years of conflict, the beginning of 2021 has seen a 47% increase in the number of people killed and injured compared to the same period last year, with 1,659 civilians killed and 3,254 injured.

Displaced, hungry & terrified Afghan civilians flee their homes in search of safety from the violence.

You can offer immediate emergency support! Provide food packs, hygiene kits & shelter to ease their struggle!


The Current Situation 

During this period of increased conflict, a large part of the country has already been in need of support due to a wave of high COVID-19 numbers, as well as recent droughts. We are working with our partners on the ground to provide immediate emergency assistance to families in need. This will include life saving food, hygiene kits and shelter support.


Wherever or whenever crisis strikes, we’re here to help.

 Our Emergency Response teams are experts at quickly, efficiently and compassionately helping people survive war, famine and natural disasters.images

People in poorer countries are at least five times more likely to be displaced by extreme weather than people in rich countries. All of these issues are the most devastating to the people who have the least resources to cope with them – the world’s poorest, most marginalised people.

These people are suffering through no fault of their own.

We have to help.

“Whoever saves a life, it is as if he has saved the whole of mankind” (Qur’an 5:32)



Penny Appeal’s Emergency Response teams are on the ground in countries around the world such as India, Syria, Palestine and Yemen, providing disaster relief by saving and healing precious lives. 

With our years of experience, resources and local knowledge, we are in the strongest position we’ve ever been in to respond quickly and effectively to emergencies. But we need your help.

Every donation helps us act rapidly, so we can help as many people as possible with our Disaster Response.

Donate now, and save innocent lives today.