Publish dateMonday 17 July 2023 - 15:08
Story Code : 273382
United Nations: More than 15 million people in Afghanistan still do not have access to enough food
The United Nations announced that the number of Afghans who do not have enough food has been reduced to more than 15 million as a result of the organization's extensive assistance.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The World Food Program has tweeted that as a result of massive aid to the people of Afghanistan, the number of people who do not have enough food in this country has increased from 20 million people in winter to more than 15 million people in May.
However, this United Nations agency emphasized that it should be ensured that millions of vulnerable people in Afghanistan will not be left on the sidelines with the continued support of the World Food Program and its partners.
According to the United Nations, about 29 million people in Afghanistan need humanitarian aid.
It should be noted that after the withdrawal of the West from Afghanistan, the United Nations undertook extensive programs to help the Afghan people in the past two years, but now it is facing a lack of funds.
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