NGOs to help as situation in Afghanistan continues to be grim

There are more than 260 Afghan citizens left at Gurudwara Karte Parwan in Kabul including women and over 50 children. This includes 3 newborns with one born yesterday.

NGOs to help as situation in Afghanistan continues to be grim
Children at Gurudwara Karte Parwan in Kabul

United Sikhs, a nongovernmental organization is helping the Afghan minority to leave Afghanistan safely. It is now working with multiple organizations and governments of United States, Canada, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Tajikistan, Iran and the United Kingdom to support rescue efforts for endangered Afghan minority communities (Sikhs, Hindus & Christians).

“We are ready to go to the airport, but we fear the cancellation of the evacuation flights from the Kabul airport. This is our only chance to take out the women, children, elderly, and infants from the country. Once current authorities capture the whole country it will be the end of our community," said Surbeer Singh from Jalalabad taking refuge at Gurudwara Karte Parwan in Kabul.