Airbnb, a temporary housing sharing service. Opening doors for 20,000 Afghan refugees to stay in Airbnb-owned homes around the world.
Brian Chesky, CEO of AirBNB stated on Twitter that The Afghan migration is now one of the greatest humanitarian crises of our time. which the company felt that it had to share responsibility And I hope this will inspire other business leaders to do the same.
Airbnb has also asked for help from landlords who use Airbnb. Please help provide free accommodation for those refugees from Afghanistan.
The UN Refugee Agency said that since January some 270,000 Afghans are expected to migrate within the country. due to violence and instability While the White House confirmed Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from Afghanistan since the Taliban occupied Kabul on August 15.
Airbnb currently serves 100,000 cities in almost every country around the world, and since 2012 it has helped provide temporary shelter for people facing various crises around the world. accounted for approximately 75,000 people, ranging from political refugees natural disaster victims and the COVID-19 pandemic crisis through the programs listed on the Airbnb.org website.
(Source: AP news agency)