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Ghor and Herat mountaineers advocate for Ghor flood victims

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Fidel Rahmati
Fidel Rahmati
Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The mountain climbing team of Herat province successfully climbed the Dewender mountain range for the first time in a 15-hour journey, starting from the village of Badamto in Karkh district to the hot springs of Obeh district in this province.

Sayed Shujauddin Hashimi, the leader and organizer of this event, who climbed the 3,250-meter Dewender peak, Safed Kooh, and Asmani peaks with this team, stated that the purpose of this event was to attract the attention of Afghan philanthropists to the flood victims and to aid those affected by the floods in Ghor province.

Members of the Herat province Mountaineering Federation also collected monetary donations for the flood victims in Ghor province, which are to be sent to those affected.

Meanwhile, the Hindu Kush Eagles mountaineering team of Ghor province climbed the highest peak of Siah Kooh at an altitude of 3,800 meters on Tuesday, May 28th, to advocate for the province’s flood victims.

These Ghor mountaineers stated that their ascent aimed to draw the immediate attention of the international community and relief organizations to the recent flood victims in Ghor province.

Recently, Afghanistan has been struck by devastating floods, resulting in significant loss of life and property. These deadly floods have particularly affected the central and northern regions, causing widespread destruction and displacement.

The floods have resulted in numerous fatalities, with many people losing their lives and thousands more being displaced from their homes.

The humanitarian crisis caused by the floods is exacerbated by the challenging terrain and limited access to the affected areas, making relief efforts difficult. The international community has been called upon to provide urgent assistance to address the immediate needs of those impacted by this natural disaster, including emergency shelter, food, and medical aid.

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