On Tuesday, the World Food Programme expressed concern over the worsening of the food crisis in Afghanistan.
According to the post that the World Food Programme published on Tuesday, September 5 on X social network, this international organisation of the United Nations has been forced to reduce vital aid to more than ten million people in Afghanistan.
In this post, the World Food Programme added that due to the huge lack of funds, they are forced to choose only those who are in danger due to hunger and help them.
And he has also addressed the international community to take immediate global action to prevent the food disaster.
At the same time, Ocha, referring to his latest report on the impact of climate change on living conditions in Afghanistan, said that these changes will have a significant impact on the people of Afghanistan, and urgent measures are necessary to protect the people, especially the most vulnerable.
Humanitarian aid to Afghanistan has decreased due to a lack of funds, and international organisations and global institutions have always expressed concern and given warnings about the effects of aid reduction.