IFSW says it continues helping vulnerable Afghans
The International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW) says it will carry on its aid program for vulnerable people in Afghanistan.
In a press conference in Kabul on Tuesday, Rory Truell, Secretary-General of IFSW, said the organization would provide services for vulnerable people, psychotherapy and also help families in need.
“We have closely observed the situation in Afghanistan and we know that women and children need more international support,” said Truell.
“As a global partner of this institution, we continue to support the people of Afghanistan.”
IFSW meanwhile has also signed a memorandum of cooperation with the Afghanistan Social Workers Organization in Kabul.
“We have been supporting Afghan women, children and human society for a long time to reach general prosperity and peace,” said Ana Radulescu, IFSW Global Vice President.
Social workers in the country are mostly engaged in helping the needy and those who need psychological treatment.The post IFSW says it continues helping vulnerable Afghans first appeared on Ariana News.
Source: Ariana News