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Ding top-up fund: Helping Afghanistan to keep connected

Andrea Santiago Orgaz

3 Sep 2021

Our mobile top-up fund is part of our on-going response to the unrest in Afghanistan. You can now send a donation directly into our top-up fund, which will be used to send mobile credit & data to those impacted by events in Afghanistan.

According to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), the conflict in Afghanistan has forced more than half a million people out of their homes so far this year. In response to the on-going unrest in Afghanistan, we've created a mobile top-up fund in order to top-up the phones of those who need it most.

Looking for a way to help those in need in Afghanistan?

You can now use Ding to donate to those most impacted by the situation in Afghanistan. The on-going unrest has left many without phone credit or a means to stay in touch with their loved ones. Partnering with NGOs we are working with them to distribute phone credit. Your donation will go directly to those in need so they can keep in touch.

How does our Ding top-up fund work?

You can donate from as little as $5. But $10 USD of credit, will allow one person to get online for a month. The phone credit is going to those needing top-up in Afghanistan, which includes refugees and journalists.

We're also working closely with MSF, UNHCR, and UNICEF to support their work on the ground in Afghanistan.

How can I donate?

It is very easy to donate to our top-up fund.

Step 1. Go to

Step 2. Select your donation amount.

Step 3. Choose your payment method. Once purchased, the donation is sent!

We will be sharing updates on how your donation is helping those in need in the coming months.

Partnering with a range of NGOs, we're working with them to ensure phone credit is sent directly to those who need to stay connected.

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