Shelter Now

Serving the people in Afghanistan and Pakistan

The word “Shelter” in our organisational name literally means that—a house, a tent or a refuge. It arises from the command of Jesus that we are to “love our neighbour...” This additionally implies providing food, clothing and drinking water to the poor and needy as well as a roof over their heads. For almost 30 years we have assisted with humanitarian and developmental assistance in Pakistan and Afghanistan. We have provided emergency relief for war effected refugees as well as those who are victims of earthquakes, floods, drought and other natural disasters. We have provided reconstruction, rehabilitation and long term development co-operation in Afghanistan and Pakistan.


Georg Taubmann

International Director


27. Oct 2014 | On the run from Islamic State: Refugees in Northern Iraq Need Blankets, Heaters and a School

Shelter Now is appealing for donations for a Christian aid project in Iraqi Kurdistan more

Digging out the foundations for the wall
14. Oct 2014 | Wind break for the women’s garden in Herat

After years of struggling with destructive winds in western Afghanistan, building work has now begun on a wall to serve as a wind break for the women’s garden. more

11. Jul 2014 | Shelter Now’s Busy Bees

“Honey is medicine” ... that’s what Afghans are always telling me. Honey is extremely popular in Afghanistan and therefore expensive. more

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