The Taliban regained control of Afghanistan in August 2021. The Shia and Hazara communities in Afghanistan are regularly subjected to target killings, violence and persecution based on their identity as religious and ethnic minority. They have been facing fake kidnappings, attacks on their schools and hospitals, and targeted bombings of Shia religious and cultural centers by the both Taliban’s and ISIS. Since then, many people have fled to neighboring countries to escape from the impacts of political unrest and a deteriorating economy. Pakistan is home to more than 1.4 million registered Afghan refugees. Pakistan is unwilling to take in more Afghans and refusing to help them. 1,500 Afghan refugees which includes orphans, senior elders, women, disabled & widows are protesting and living in camps near the National Press Club in Islamabad, Pakistan. Safina Welfare Trust with the help of few generous donors managed to provide food parcels to them which contained rice, oil, sugar, tea, salt, spices, beans & pulses.