Humanitarians extends help in Afghanistan: UN

Afghanistan: UN humanitarians said on Thursday that the UN and allies are undertaking needs assessments while providing supplies across Afghanistan, one of the world's worst humanitarian emergencies.

They supplied food aid to around 280,000 individuals in just four of Afghanistan's 34 provinces in the last seven days, according to reports citing the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

People in the provinces of Badakshan, Baghlan, Takhar, and Parwan received food aid. Cash, winter support, household items, water, sanitation, and hygiene supplies were distributed to nearly 20,000 people in the provinces of Ghor, Kabul, and Parwan this week, according to the office. Internally displaced individuals and other vulnerable populations are among those who receive assistance.

In the coming days, about 15,000 people in Badakshan, Baghlan, Balkh, and Kunduz provinces will receive humanitarian aid, including internally displaced and drought-affected people, returnees, vulnerable host communities, and female, child, elderly, and disabled head of households, according to OCHA. Food and cash are included in this assistance.

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