The United Nations World Donor Conference for Afghanistan will be held today
GENEVA: A UN-sponsored global donor conference for 606 million in emergency funding for Afghan citizens is set to take place today.
According to the International News Agency, a UN-sponsored international donor conference for Afghanistan is being held in Geneva, which is expected to be attended by ministers from more than 40 countries.
Many countries have pledged aid money to provide medicine, food, water and other facilities to Afghan citizens, but have also expressed concern that the money may not be under Taliban control and misused. Don’t do
Earlier, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said Afghan citizens would need about 60 606 million by December, which would be used to provide medical care, clean water and sanitation in the war-torn country.
In addition, the United Nations has requested funding for emergency shelters as 3.5 million Afghans have been displaced and are facing severe shortages of food and medicine.
According to a recent World Food Program survey, 93% had a lack of adequate food because they did not have the cash to buy food.
In this regard, the director of the World Food Program for Afghanistan, Maryam Alan McGroty, told DW that the situation in Afghanistan was serious even before the arrival of the Taliban in Kabul. Drought and the corona virus epidemic left 14 million people starving.
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