There has been another terror attack in Afghanistan and this time three Save the Children staff members were killed while four others were wounded.
Communications Director at Save the Children Mike McTernan joined Ray to talk about a contingency plan for the organisation.
McTernan says that Save the Children has been there since 1976, and they do a lot of programs around education, and healthcare as they work in 16 provinces across Afghanistan.
In the last 15 years we have been doing a lot of work in disaster management due to the war.— Mike McTernan, Communications Director at Save the Children
McTernan says that they have set out to improve the lives of the children and their families. He adds that at the moment, they are implementing a security analysis to assess when they can start operations.
We are doing an internal investigation to see what we can do next says McTernan. He adds that Government officials will try get down to the parties responsible for the attack.
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