Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who had previously spoken out against the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, have now donated to a charity to help evacuate and relocate the country’s citizens.
Through her Archwell Foundation, Sussex donated to the Afghan Women’s Organization (WAW), the largest non-governmental Afghan women’s rights group in the world. WAW adopted it. Social media accounts He wrote on Sunday that he was “extremely grateful” for the Sussex Foundation’s support of efforts to “relocate thousands of Afghan families.”
The organization posted a graphic saying “Thank you Archwell” with a caption: “We support our efforts to evacuate thousands of Afghan women, children, families and others.” The staff are very grateful for the generosity of the Archwell Foundation. “
WAW has more than 850 local Afghan staff working tirelessly with strategic partners and local stakeholders to provide support services to women, children and families. The organization’s ultimate goal in Afghanistan is to transform the principles of violence and oppression into peace and equality.
Harry and Meghan had previously mentioned the organization in a wide-ranging statement, saying the Taliban’s advance in Afghanistan had made them “silent” and “heartbroken.” A message posted on Archival’s website called on followers to support WAW and other organizations working for Afghanistan.
However, his statement drew a lot of criticism, with many social media users calling it a “vague, word-for-word word salad.” Many questioned why he did not mention what personal contribution he had made to the cause. A royal expert called his statement “another attempt to create an alternative awakened royal family.”
Angela Leone, biographer of Prince Harry. FEMAIL: “I think Harry and Meghan’s great, comforting and caring comments about the situation in Afghanistan, the devastation in Haiti and the new coveted variations are another example of them setting up some kind of alternative royal family. Trying to. “
“Like most of their ‘sympathetic’ gestures, there is no indication of what they will do themselves and whether any donations will be made through the Archival Foundation. It will prove our humanity,” he said in a recent comment. Very similar we should empathize with those ‘whom we know and whom we do not know’ who give it the same voice.
The couple closed the scandal with their latest partnership with WAW, although the amount they donated has not been disclosed.