August 28, 2021
Since the Taliban took over the Afghanistan capital Kabul earlier this month, the Coalition for Women in Journalism (CFWIJ) has helped to evacuate 70 women and men and their families in the last eight days, but the priority list is getting longer.
The founder and award-winning Pakistani journalist Kiran Nazish (pictured) said that the non-profit organization had received more than 2,500 applications to move people into safe houses. Their volunteers have spent days narrowing that down to an urgent list of at least 300 women journalists, academics, and activists.
The CFWIJ is hard at work helping reporters most in danger out of Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover but she further said that many are still in urgent need of help.
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