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If your Facebook does not have an attached e-mail address, you'll need to add that before you can up. Please at contact globalcitizen. The scenes of thousands of Afghans desperately pleading for assistance and running for refuge as the Taliban solidified rule over Afghanistan for the first time since have been broadcast across the world and left it reeling. We watch in complete shock as Taliban takes control of Afghanistan. I am deeply worried about women, minorities and human rights advocates.
Global, regional and local powers must call for an immediate ceasefire, provide urgent humanitarian aid and protect refugees and civilians. The Taliban takeover came after international forces withdrew from Afghanistan, with the United States officially beginning to withdraw in May The militant group has since taken over the country city by city, eventually occupying the capital Kabul on Sunday. Women and girls are the most vulnerable now that the Taliban have taken hold of Afghanistan.
However there is growing fear that these gains will be entirely reversed with the recent rule of the Taliban. My thoughts and prayers are with Afghanistan 's women and girls, whose future and safety now hang in the balance. Limiting basic freedoms for women and girls—as we saw under Taliban rule—would have devastating consequences for generations to come.
A tragedy unfolds in front of our eyes. Please spare a thought for the people women and girls of Afghanistan. Spokesperson for the United Nations, Stephane Dujarric, highlighted the need to protect the Afghan lives and the rights of women and girls in a statement released on Sundaywhere he acknowledged human rights violations occurring in the country. He said that UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres "is particularly concerned about the future of women and girls, whose hard-won rights must be protected. The people of Afghanistan must be supported and protected at this time, and no one can be left behind in that effort.
Citizens and world leaders alike need to rally together to help protect the rights of all those who are facing a crisis in Afghanistan. These are a few of the ways you can help vulnerable communities in the country. Humanitarian aid and support is running scarce, as the Washington Post reports that organizations have been working to get their affiliated staff on the ground, out the country. These organizations are working to protect those in danger, provide them with access to aid in the form of medical assistance, food, and access to shelter, and have had a presence in Afghanistan for several years.
There remains uncertainty on how long some of these sources of humanitarian aid will remain in the country, however all have expressed interest in helping protect vulnerable communities to the best of their freedom and abilities to do so.
The United Nations Refugee agency has been working to help those fleeing Afghanistan seek refuge in bordering and nearby countries. The UNHCR has been monitoring and continues to monitor the needs of refugees fleeing the country, and has been calling on neighboring countries to keep borders open for those seeking asylum.
This organization has been in contact with citizens on the ground, finding ways to assist with emergency aid in Afghanistan, and has been calling for urgent relief in the country.
The German organisation has said that it is committed to help those in need, no matter how the situation may change. Doctors Without Borders. While this organisation is no longer operating in Afghanistan, their work has accumulated thousands of Afghan women and families in their care, and still seek to support them. Women journalists in Afghanistan face massive threats not only for working, but for working in the media, an industry that has been particularly targeted by the Taliban.
Women on the ground who have been reporting the news, who are journalists, who may not be able to openly work, who have had to hide their identities, need to be protected. You can help them by following Rukshana Media and Sahar Speaksboth organizations are staffed by female Afghan journalists. In order to further support women journalists, you can donate to help women at Rukshana indirectly, by donating here.
Keep up to date on social media and keep the conversation alive so that the fight for human rights in Afghanistan is not one that goes forgotten. You can also follow the following s to stay updated on the situation, omar. In order to understand the extent of the takeover and the impacts it will have on the country, it is important to educate yourself on its history and remain informed on how the situation unfolds.
You can also learn more about the impact on women and children by reading through this article by NBC news here. Remain informed by reading works by trusted news sites and consuming informative social media from trusted sources.
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