Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) published a report on the distribution of humanitarian aid today, saying that the aid is worth 34.2 million dollars in emergency departments, cash, food and It has been livelihood.
According to this report, the total amount of food aid distributed last month was more than 71 thousand tons, which was distributed to 3.5 million needy food coupons and 833 thousand other needy food coupons.
OCHA has also reported that the World Food Program has provided food to more than 1.6 million children aged 6 to 59 months and pregnant women and provided medical support to 526 thousand women and children to prevent acute and moderate malnutrition in Afghanistan.
The published information indicates that 1,770 health centers and 436 mobile health teams benefited from World Food Program assistance last month, and 264,000 people were distributed cash and non-cash aid through the community resilience project.
According to the report published by OCHA, in February, in some projects, the aid that was stopped due to the ban on women's work in Afghanistan was resumed and 8,500 people were helped through the training program to increase their livelihood, and 676 A thousand students have been distributed very high energy biscuits and bread in local educational institutions.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported on the distribution of humanitarian aid by the World Food Organization last month that the organization's aid is expected to decrease by 25% this month due to the lack of funds.