Hope Caravan Foundation has embarked on a mission of hope in Afghanistan, providing essential sustenance and cash assistance to hundreds of identified families facing dire circumstances.
The Türkiye-based humanitarian organization has been tirelessly working to bring relief to Afghanistan for some time, demonstrating unwavering dedication to its aid activities.
Within the bustling streets of Kabul, Hope Caravan has not only provided essential sustenance but also extended a lifeline in the form of cash assistance to hundreds of identified families facing dire circumstances.
Cengiz Kurtaran, President of the Umut Kervanı Foundation, shed light on the ongoing humanitarian efforts in Afghanistan, emphasizing the positive impact of aid from Türkiye on the lives of Afghan citizens.
“We continue our work in Afghanistan. We are delivering the cash aids left to us by our benefactors in Turkey to the needy families here,” Kurtaran stated. “We want to reach more families. Our aids will continue. We expect the support of our benefactors. May Allah accept their aid."
The Hope Caravan Foundation's tireless commitment to providing relief in Afghanistan serves as a beacon of hope for many, offering solace and support to those grappling with the challenges of an uncertain future in the country. (ILKHA)
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