Afghanistan state ministry for disaster management has distributed humanitarian aid to 400 flood-affected families, miserable and disabled living in Kabul. Each family has received two bags of rice and one 50kg wheat.
Speaking in a ceremony held on this occasion the other day, general director of finance and administrative for the state ministry on disaster management said that the aids including 50kg wheat and 50kg rice provided by China were distributed to miserable, disabled and affected families, in Kabul.
“Since the victory of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) in mid-August, 2021 families have been benefited from humanitarian aids in Kabul and provinces,” Nasiri said.
Expressing gratitude to the neighboring countries and aid agencies, Nasiri asked the international community and aid agencies to not leave the people of Afghanistan alone in such dire circumstances as the aids were not sufficient for the people of Afghanistan.
In connection with transparency in distribution of humanitarian aids, general director of finance and administrative for the state ministry on disaster management said that the aids have been distributed to each family after their relevant departments finished with the survey, adding that the distribution process of the humanitarian aid would continue.
He said that needy families could receive humanitarian aid for the second time as well. General director of finance and administrative for the state ministry on disaster management further said that after the IEA takeover, the U.S. and EU’s aid to Afghanistan has been somehow politicized, adding that most of the humanitarian aids have been now provided by Russia, China, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, India, Kirghizstan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirate to the people of Afghanistan.
Humanitarian aids should be not politicized as the people of Afghanistan are facing with increasing poverty and need urgent humanitarian from the international community.
Nasima, a resident of Kabul’s Dasht-e-Barchi, expressed happiness about distribution of the aid process by the IEA, asking for more aid for the people of Afghanistan. She’s blind and her father has died. Her small sister is bread-winner for the whole family as she’s a tailor. Mohammad Ibrahim is another resident of Kabul who received the aid. He has also lost both of his eyes due to conflicts in Kabul. He said he could not work as he was blind, adding that it was his first time he received the aid. He asked the IEA to keeping distributing such aid to the needy people of Afghanistan.