ACLED-APW Report Tracking Disorder During Taliban Rule in Afghanistan

Humanitarian

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15m Afghans to receive food assistance each month: WFP

KABUL: The World Food Program (WFP) is poised to provide food assistance to more than 15 million people in Afghanistan annually until March 2023.

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Northern Afghanistan: Lack of transparency alleged in aid distribution

BALKH: Afghan residents in northern Afghanistan level severe criticisms against the Taliban’s unjust distribution of humanitarian aid as the nation is…

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Countrywide beggars on the rise in Afghanistan 

KABUL: The unemployment crisis under the Taliban has seen thousands of men and women resort to begging in the streets or at their neighbors’ doors for…

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US announces $150 million worth of aid for Afghanistan

KABUL: The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has announced providing three aid packages totaling $150 million to Afghanistan…

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Afghanistan food crisis: WB warns of severe repercussions   

KABUL: Afghanistan is one of six countries worldwide facing a food and debt crisis, according to a recent World Bank (WB) report. 

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Afghan farmers worried 80pc crops yield parched this year

KABUL: Due to lack of rainfall, about 80 percent of crops in rain-fed lands in Afghanistan have been destroyed, according to Afghan farmers. 

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Ghazni residents irked by unjust aid distribution

GHAZNI: Starvation, unemployment, and humanitarian crises have intensified across Afghanistan amid a corrupt system wherein the true eligible benefici…

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Over 100,000 children suffer malnutrition in Afghanistan

KABUL: More than 100,000 children in Afghanistan have been infected with severe malnutrition since the beginning of this year, according to the United…

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Over half of Afghanistan’s population faces hunger

KABUL: Following the collapse of Afghanistan’s republic government, millions of people in the country are now facing hunger and food shortages.