Support and demand the safe passage
of all vulnerable people from Afghanistan

Donation for people in need

Who we are

We are a civilian initiative that is aware of and accepts its responsibility towards the Afghan people. With the help of your donations and our efforts, we have already succeeded in evacuating over 2,500 people and supporting thousands more in their evacuation. But we are far from finished and we will continue!

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Our Mission

We have become a contact point for Afghans at risk, have networks on the ground, know the best evacuation routes and campaign in Germany for the admission of people at risk. We work every day on evacuations and for a promise of admission for Afghan women at risk.

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One year Kabul Luftbrücke – We keep on flying!

Actually, this anniversary is no reason to celebrate. But we want to come together anyway with lots of Afghans who we have already been able to evacuate in this one year, with great artists, with our terrific team and of course with YOU! Please come and join us on August 12h at ://about blank in Berlin. Let’s celebrate together and make new plans.

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  • On August 12th we want to invite you to spend the afternoon and evening with us at about blank! We would like to use this time together to network, get to know you and say thank you to our growing community of allies, supporters and evacuees.

  • "MISSION Kabul Luftbrücke" documents how former local forces manage to leave the country, how children hope to be reunited who were separated from their parents while fleeing, and how young women decide to no longer bow to the Taliban's rules. 

    MISSION Kabul Luftbrücke in the Media Library

  • "For many people, losing their home is unthinkable. However, it is a reality for many people. To make the reality of these people's lives more tangible, Alex Bühler spoke to the Taiman family for us."

Further updates

Who are the people we are evacuating from Afghanistan?

The people come from different sectors of society: judges, intellectuals, climate activists, athletes, LGBTIQ people, women’s rights activists and many more. Countless others are still on our lists and are still stuck in Afghanistan.

Learn the stories of these people