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Kazakhstan donates over $400 million to Afghanistan in 2023

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

Kazakhstan’s media have reported that since the beginning of this year, the country has provided $472 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.

On Monday, the Kazinform news agency of Kazakhstan published a report saying that these humanitarian aids include both food and non-food assistance.

According to the report, Kazakhstan has aided countries like Tajikistan and Afghanistan this year, with the majority of it going to Afghanistan.

It is worth mentioning that Kazakhstan had previously provided emergency aid to the earthquake victims in Herat, consisting of various food and non-food items.

Kazakhstan announced this news while international aid agencies and organizations have once again expressed concern over the threatening situation of hunger and poverty in Afghanistan after the end of 2023.

This is while poverty and hunger continue to spread among the needy in the country, following international humanitarian aid to Afghanistan.

The forceful deportation of Afghan migrants from Pakistan during a harsh winter has intensified the already critical humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. The country faces increased hardships as these returnees add to the existing challenges of those in need.

Simultaneously, the World Food Programme (WFP) recently reported a significant reduction in aid, dropping support for over 10 million needy individuals due to funding shortages. This cutback further strains the resources and capacity to address the widespread needs across Afghanistan.

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