Afghanistan has received another package of $ 40 million in Humanitarian cash aid, the Central Bank said on Thursday.
The Central Bank of Afghanistan, also known as Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB), stated on its Twitter page that on 8th February, $ 40 million in humanitarian cash assistance arrived in Afghanistan.
“A cash of 40 million US dollars in humanitarian aid has arrived in Kabul yesterday and has been handed over to a commercial bank in Kabul,” The bank said on its Twitter page.
According to the Da Afghanistan Bank, the amount arrived from donor countries to help the people of Afghanistan.
The figures indicate that more than $ 1 billion in humanitarian aid has been sent to Afghanistan since the Taliban took power in Afghanistan.
Earlier this week, the Central Bank of Afghanistan announced a foreign exchange auction, selling approximately $ 17 million. This is the second time in a week that the central bank has announced an auction to keep the value of Afghani stable against foreign currency.
The humanitarian aid arrives in Kabul while people are facing a freezing winter, shortage of wood for warming, poverty, unemployment and natural hazards in the country. Since 2021, people experiencing one of the worst humanitarian crises in the country.