Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) announced in a report that floods and earthquakes in several provinces of Afghanistan have affected more than two million and 23 thousand people in the past few months.
According to this report, more than 85,000 people in Afghanistan were severely affected by the Paktika and Khost earthquakes in June, while in July and August, more than 78,800 people were affected by heavy floods in the southern and eastern regions of the country. have taken.
"Many families affected by natural disasters have lost their homes, property and livestock, and poor families are likely to require emergency humanitarian food assistance," Ocha said in a report.
Floods have not only affected residential houses, but also caused great financial losses to farmers; Because their product was damaged by flood.
OCHA said in a previous report that more than 24 million people in Afghanistan are facing food shortage.