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Taliban-run Authorities in Afghanistan Distribute Aid to Needy Families

Taliban-run Authorities in Afghanistan Distribute Aid to Needy Families

Local authorities in the Taliban-run Afghan provinces of Ghor and Faryab have announced that they have distributed aid to 4,491 needy families in those provinces.

The Taliban’s Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development in Ghor said that the World Food Programme (WFP) has distributed food to 2,741 needy families in the Poshtiban district of the province Meanwhile, the Humanitarian Assistance Organization (CHA) in Faryab has announced that it has distributed aid to 1,750 needy families in the province.

Laal Mohammad Sangrani, CHA’s head in Faryab, said that the aid was distributed with the financial support of the World Bank.

The aid provided included flour, oil, rice, beans, macaroni, blankets, and medical supplies.

The Taliban has been distributing aid to needy families in Afghanistan since it took control of the country in August 2021. The aid is intended to help families who have been displaced by conflict or who are struggling to make ends meet.

The international community has also provided aid to Afghanistan, but more is needed to help the country recover from decades of conflict.

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