UN on Afghanistan: Amidst the rapidly deteriorating situation in Afghanistan, the United Nations has appealed to help this country. At present, at least eight crore citizens need help.
UN appeals for help to Afghanistan (UN on Afghanistan) – symbolic picture
United Nations on Afghanistan: The head of the United Nations Humanitarian Services in Afghanistan has addressed the impact of the Taliban attack, saving a third of the country’s population from malnutrition, severe drought conditions, and the 6,27,000 Afghans repatriated this year, including Most of the neighbors have returned from Iran, appealed for $ 850 million on Thursday to help such people.
Rameez Alkabarov told reporters at the United Nations Headquarters after meeting digitally from the capital Kabul that at least 80 million Afghans are in need of aid (United Nations Afghanistan Civilian Casualties). He said that the United Nations has a plan to help at least 1.57 crore of these people. He said that the United Nations had appealed for $ 1.3 billion, but only 37 percent of the amount, or $ 450 million, could be raised.
Foreign soldiers return after 20 years
America has donated the most. He said that the remaining $850 million is desperately needed. Troops from US and NATO countries have almost completed their withdrawal from Afghanistan after nearly 20 years (United Nations Afghanistan Report). The Taliban have captured several districts and major border posts with neighboring Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in recent weeks.
people migrating in large numbers
In many cases, the Afghan security forces and military have either given little resistance or no response due to lack of weapons material (Current Situation in Afghanistan). Alkabarov said that due to the second drought in three years and the Taliban attack, 270,000 people have migrated from their homes in rural areas to urban areas and regional centers, where they need food, water, shelter and sanitation. Cleaning is required.
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