A powerful earthquake has struck the provinces of Paktika and Khost in Afghanistan leaving 1,100 people dead, over 2,000 people injured, 55 villages have been impacted and over 6,000 people displaced. Measuring 6.1 on the Richter scale, the earthquake struck at 1:30am as people slept, destroying hundreds of houses. It's the deadliest quake to strike Afghanistan in over two decades with tremors felt as far away as Pakistan and India. Reports state that most of the dead are very young children. With medical services being extremely limited and the majority of the provinces experiencing food crisis and no access to clean water, your help is needed more than ever as our teams rush to provide emergency aid on the ground. We will be providing Hot Meals, Food Packs, Tents and temporary shelter supplies, Clean Drinking Water and Medical Kits Inshallah.