In a Twitter post of the United Nations Office for Humanitarian Affairs last Sunday, it is said that the organization has given blankets, warmth and shelter to 565,700 people. However, they noted that more support is needed.
Shafiullah Rahimi, spokesman for the Taliban’s Ministry of Disaster Management, told CNN on Tuesday that about 70,000 cattle have died due to the cold.
Meanwhile, after the ban on women NGO workers, the relief distribution activities in Afghanistan have decreased, and the suffering of the people has increased.
According to a recent report by the United Nations humanitarian aid agency, 2.83 million people in Afghanistan, that is, about two-thirds of the country’s population, need urgent assistance to survive.