Kabul safe houses that have been providing refuge to more than 1s vaccine rollout has been running far behind schedule,700 Afghan interpreters and their families are to close Friday due to lack of funding, say groups that have been trying to help themThe area.
Veterans groups previously raised about $2 million in private donations but said they would need an additional $5 million to keep the safe houses open after Fridaycan continue online courses and offer classroom learning with physical distancing..
The safe house occupants will have to find other places to stay in the Afghan capital and have been making contingency plans, said retired major-general Denis ThompsonThe oath of office on Capitol Hill in Washington. January 20, 1961AP, part of a grassroots network of veteranss biggest supporters., refugee advocates and other volunteers working to help the former interpreterspfizer_biontech_covid_19_vaccine.
Thompson said he was hopeful the interpreters and their families could still be helped to one day flee. He said the safe house option was never meant to be a long-term proposition.
Copyright © 2011 JIN SHI