JHR has been active since August 2021, providing relief, rescue, and resettlement to vulnerable Afghans facing inhumane living conditions and threats under the Taliban.
Faizullah Abdalli is a 19-year-old living in an Afghan refugee camp in the United Arab Emirates.
With the Taliban regime’s takeover, the jobs and lives of female judges were put at risk.
A year after the dramatic day, much has changed in Afghanistan.
A series looking back at life under Taliban rule with the plight of Afghan women and girls.
JHR was spearheaded by the Aleph Institute and the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights. JHR leverages an extensive international network to respond with high-level diplomacy, expert NGO partnerships, and ground coordination with experience in rescue and evacuation work. JHR also raises the funds necessary to execute the response mandate.
Vulnerable Afghans are facing increasing risk levels as the international community loses focus and the Taliban expands their stifling control. Hunger, unemployment, and human rights abuses are preventing Afghans from shopping, working and going to school, making them targets for beatings and interrogations.
Read about the experiences of four families enduring these hardships and the struggles they must face and be helped to overcome.