India and Pakistan Send Humanitarian Assistance to Afghanistan After Earthquake

The photo shows Afghans digging through rubble after the earthquake. (Photo courtesy of FMI)

India and Pakistan have sent humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan after a deadly earthquake that killed over 1,000 people. India sent 20,000 tons of wheat, along with 13 tons of medicine and 500,000 COVID-19 vaccines.

The earthquake left thousands without shelter and at risk of hunger, exposure, and a cholera outbreak. The official death toll has reached 1,150.

Afghanistan remains cut off from most international aid. World governments have shunned the Taliban over human rights abuses.

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

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  • As Afghans search for hope, ask the Holy Spirit to draw many to Jesus.
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