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Untitled by Andrew Quilty

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Open Edition Print by Andrew Quilty | @andrewquilty
Award-winning photographers have contributed prints from their archive for a time-limited sale on ISHKAR. All profits from the print sale will go to EMERGENCY centres in Afghanistan. Donations will fund specialist training of local nurses & doctors who will go on to treat thousands of patients in need across the country. Prints will be for sale online at special, one-off prices and available for a limited six week period: Friday 1st August - Monday 15th August.

"Afghan evacuees wait beside mini-buses on the tarmac of the military side of Hamid Karzai International Airport as others board planes after the convoy of buses they were on transported a total of 109 Afghans from the Kabul Serena Hotel in the early hours of the morning. As the Taliban took control of Kabul on August 15, the U.S. and other international militaries began a massive evacuation operation that would have to be completed by August 31, the date by which the U.S. had previously agreed to be withdrawn from Afghanistan by. Tens of thousands have been evacuated since, as Afghans with valid travel documents, foreign passport holders and many who have no official reason to be granted access to the airport and evacuation flights but who want to try their luck nonetheless, desperate to leave since the Taliban came to power, mass at the various entrances around the perimeter of the airport trying to enter." - Andrew Quilty

*All prints come with a certificate of authenticity signed by the photographer.
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Andrew Quilty

Andrew Quilty is an award winning photojournalist whose work has been published worldwide, garnering accolades including a World Press Photo and a Gold Walkley Award (the highest honour in Australian journalism). Andrew travelled to Afghanistan in 2013, just as the international world started to vacate the country. Originally planning to stay only a few weeks, he found that the striking beauty of Afghanistan’s people and landscapes had captured his imagination and he has remained there since.


All profits from the print sale will go to EMERGENCY's crucial work in Afghanistan. Donations will fund specialist training of local nurses & doctors, who will go on to treat thousands of patients in need across the country. On the 15th of August 2021, Afghanistan fell to the Taliban. One year later the world’s attention has moved on. However the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse and worse. Faced with economic sanctions, severe drought, the cumulative toll of decades of war and renewed violence, the role EMERGENCY plays in Afghanistan is more critical than ever.

“My message is urgent: Don’t shut the door on the people of Afghanistan" Martin Griffiths, the U.N.’s emergency aid coordinator.



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