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Continued Partnerships!

A statement from GBNT Group: In partnership with' The World Is My Country, the Green Beret Networking Task Group (GBNT Group) has been working in tandem for the last seven months to help our At-Risk Afghan Partners (AtRAPs). Since Kabul collapsed, we have been working the ground Exfil of our partners left behind. Recently, we have partnered with Kauser TV's Eyes On The Ground Department and Operation 620. They have been networking with Afghan Embassies still loyal to the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan's Constitution and Afghans working in Taliban-controlled government offices.  Our manifold efforts have come to produce unique and unparalleled results for some of our most complex cases. The Special Immigrant Visa (SIV) process just by itself is fraught...

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Ukraine Mission

TWIMCF is pushing a team to the Ukraine border in a effort to feed and aid the refugees as they wait to get through the long lines heading into Poland.  We will keep you all posted on their efforts as it develops. 

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Feeling the Love

We love getting messages like this from one of the families we have been supporting since Aug of last year. "The searching is going on in our house right now in Kabul,There is some ...... , our wedding party pictures albums, films etcActually we have hides them in ...... but I hope they don’t find any clue or evidence which could give hard times to my ....... My ...... called she was really worried. I would love to thank you for keeping us here and for supporting us.We are feeling safe in ....... and we deeply appreciate you. Thanks " Thank you for writing! It means more to us than you can imagine!

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Afghanistan Update: 01-FEB-2022

The situation in Afghanistan continues to deteriorate. Food shortages continue to hit most across the country. The economy continues it's decline while the conflicts between ISIS and Taliban forces increase. Although commercial routes remain open with boarding countries, and import/export businesses able to still operate, the availability of funds remains on a steep decline. We remain able to support people across the country with food, shelter, and medical aid. Although the difficulty of providing aid is on the rise, our network of supporters across the region continue to find ways to make it happen. 

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New Partnership with Pineland Ranch

As some may know, the founder/director of TWIMCF and his wife purchased an old farm last year. Amongst the long list of reasons that they decided to purchase the ranch was the ability to develop a self-sustaining production of food to provide during times of need. Bryan and Ashley recently purchased cattle for their farm and while doing so, purchased a heifer for the foundation. Each head of cattle this heifer produces will be donated to support people in times of natural disasters.  Managed properly, a heard can grow over time, multiplying the foundations ability to provide health food during troubling times. This, along with the future garden and crops Bryan and Ashley plan to grow, will provide quality, healthy, sustainable food...

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