We refuse to turn our backs on the Afghan people and are committed to helping the Afghan men, women and children in any way that we can.
Author: T W
Our Afghan aid group, Project Exodus Relief, is committed to try our best to evacuate even those that are hardest to rescue.
We are standing determined in our rescue efforts in Afghanistan, but we cannot do it alone.
Since the fall of Kabul on 15 August 2021, several thousands of American citizens and at-risk Afghans remain in hiding.
As we share part of Imass’ story with you, we hope that it will open your eyes to the hardships so many are experiencing in Afghanistan and are in desperate need of rescue.