An old couple which do not have children (Atta Welfare Foundation)
An old aged man who does not have children who could take care of him and her old wife. They live a miserable life in the worst condition. They are in the age where they need to be taken care by their children but, unfortunately, they have no children. Besides this, they live in poverty as well. Today, I visited them at their home to ask about them and share their worries with you. I purchased necessary household grocery for them. For more details, please watch this video. The Atta Welfare Foundation (AWF) is a non-commercial organisation, aim to help the needy. We provide aid over 18910 citizens around the country, in aim to improve lifestyle of families, develop education platforms and plan lifestyle services. Since established, AWF treats children when bought from labour or any hard circumstances to raise awareness to their families in order to support the child's education and the essentials needed. We believe that everyone should have a sufficient education consequently, we provide bursaries to adults who cannot afford their education fees and to send them to private universities and colleges. 1.8 million people die every year of diarrheal diseases like cholera, Afghanistan included in the statistics. Consequently, we create clean water facilities to reduce the risk of bad sanitation, because all human beings have the right to drink clean water. So far we have completed over hundreds of projects including creating wells. In addition, we have constructed mosques in many provinces included with necessary equipment. For workers who have lost their jobs we train and support them in order to send them back to work. Many of these job opportunities given; are opening a shop, giving support to open new businesses and many more. We give zakat and Sadaqa to the people in need of assistance, and fundraise toward natural disasters that occur. We need a humanitarian appeal from our, brothers and sisters in this arduous time, in order for us to support families in need across Afghanistan.