KABUL: GAAC has distributed food rations to 500 families who are displaced due to ongoing conflicts in Ghazni, Bamyan, and Maidan Wardak provinces under leadership of Mustafa Shahab, Deputy Director of German Aid for Afghan Children. These people are destitute and living in abject poverty. GAAC is extending its gratitude to Dr. Reinhard Eros and his family for their donation coming as a benevolent gesture to the people during their harshest days of their lives.
In the recent years, west of the capital, Kabul, has witnessed an influx of migrants coming provinces in search of peace and security. With remorse, the number of migrants climbs up every day. In such a plight, any drop of assistance can be life saving.
GAAC has it incumbent on itself to reach out the hapless people and carrying out its humanitarian duty with assistance of local and international philanthropists.
Other areas where GAAC is present are construction and medicine. In pursuit of its vision the staff along with the leadership works indefatigably for the welfare of people of Afghanistan. Thousands of people have been helped with hygiene kits and food packages since the spread of Covid-19.