UN launches additional 3.6 billion dollar plan for Afghanistan
Kathmandu, January 27. The Afghanistan based Humanitarian team of the United Nations has released a 3.6 billion dollar assistance plan for troubled lives in Afghanistan.
UN Chief Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric announced that the assistance framework would appeal for more funding to reach the annual target of supporting the basic requirements of over 22.1 million Afghans.
Earlier this month, the team had released a 4.4 billion dollar response plan. At that time, the team had announced that humanitarian efforts needed to be expanded to other parts of the country.
Following the Taliban’s takeover on Aug 15 last year, the citizens have been subjected to a variety of sufferings, ranging from a broken economy to harsh winter weather.
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