Publish dateSaturday 13 January 2024 - 11:41
Story Code : 284071
Distribution of cash and non-cash aid to more than eight thousand families in five provinces
The local authorities of the Islamic Emirate in Ghazni, Samangan, Nangarhar, Parwan and Farah have announced the distribution of cash and non-cash aid to eight thousand and 189 needy families by international aid organizations in these provinces.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: The Directorate of Rural Development and Rehabilitation of Ghazni published a newsletter and said that the World Food Program has helped 2,810 needy families in the center of Ghazni with cash.

In the newsletter, it is stated that each family received an amount of 3,200 Afghanis and a total of 9 million Afghanis.

On the other hand, the Department of Rural Development and Revitalization of Faryab Province published a newsletter saying that the World Food Program with the technical cooperation of the Hungarian Institute has distributed four million and 39 Afghanis in cash to 1,372 needy families in the Qormqul district of this province. The amount of 3,200 Afghanis has been received.

Meanwhile, the press office of Nangarhar province also says that the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid (OCHA) has distributed food to 880 families who have just returned from Pakistan.

The newsletter of this office states that these donations include flour, oil, dal and salt.

On the other hand, food has been distributed to 1,300 needy families in Shinwari district of Parwan province.

The donated materials include flour, oil, dal, nutrition for children and mothers.

Also, the local authorities in Farah province have announced the distribution of aid to 1,833 needy families in this province.

The Department of Rural Rehabilitation and Development of Farah province said in a newsletter that the World Food Program has distributed food to 1,833 needy families in Pashtrood district and the center of this province.

Meanwhile, domestic and foreign aid agencies distribute cash and non-cash aid to needy families and displaced people in different provinces to prevent the spread of poverty.
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