Message from Professor Abdul Fatah Jawad, Executive Director of Ehsas Welfare and Social Services Organization (EWSSO), on the occasion of New Year (2022)
On behalf of thousands of volunteers and employees of Ehsas Welfare and Social Services Organization (EWSSO), I congratulate the year 2022 to all affectionate, kind, and charitable men and women within Afghanistan and abroad.
I ask God Almighty to make the New Year a year of peace, tranquility, prosperity, and kindness, hoping that poverty will be eradicated and every human being will have a quality life with dignity and peace.
Brothers and sisters! It is unfortunate to say that the world, along with various other problems, is grappling with the dangerous and deadly challenge of Omicron (the new variant of COVID), which has become a major threat to the health and economy of the world.
But our dear country, Afghanistan, in addition to the global COVID challenge, is facing serious challenges of unemployment, poverty, and malnutrition of children and women that must be addressed both within Afghanistan and worldwide.
The poor and destitute nation of Afghanistan is deprived of the most basic needs and necessities of life. More than 50% of the population of our country is facing food insecurity, they are malnourished and if this condition continues, people will slowly but gradually head towards painful death.
Ehsas Welfare and Social Services Organization (EWSSO) urges you to pay serious attention and cooperate in the mentioned problems facing our people and assures you that it will work sincerely in delivering your donations to the deserving.
You can rely on transparent and regular system of the Ehsas Welfare and Social Services Organization (EWSSO) to deliver your humanitarian aid to the poor and displaced persons in Afghanistan, and you can use this organization as a bridge between you and the poor.
With your help, Ehsas Welfare and Social Services Organization (EWSSO) is at the service of the poor and needy throughout Afghanistan.
Abdul Fatah Jawad Executive Director of EWSSO