Humanitarian Aid for Afghanistan
International aid experts joined the Center for Strategic International Studies for a discussion on the future of humanitarian assistance… read more
International aid experts joined the Center for Strategic International Studies for a discussion on the future of humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan. The panelists talked about the need for continued support from the international community in responding to the humanitarian needs of Afghan civilians facing civil conflict, drought, starvation, and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. They also discussed the Taliban takeover of the country and the operational challenges it presents to organizations providing humanitarian aid. close
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Zuhra Bahman Director Search for Common Ground->Afghanistan
Jacob Kurtzer Director Center for Strategic and International Studies->Humanitarian Agenda and Global Food Security
Aurvasi Patel Head United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees->Protection Services
Kathryn Striffolino Senior Manager InterAction->Humanitarian Affairs
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