September 24, 2021
Can the World Get Aid to Afghanistan?
By Philip Smucker
Humanitarian aid experts desperately want to help, but their options are limited – especially if they want to avoid further empowering the Taliban.
September 16, 2021
With Foreign Funds Frozen, Afghan Aid Groups Stuck in Limbo
By Isabel Debre
Without access to its own or foreign funds, the interim government in Kabul can't even pay the import taxes needed to bring containers of badly needed food from a port in Pakistan.
September 02, 2021
The World Must Act to Avert a Humanitarian Catastrophe in Afghanistan
By Mary-Ellen McGroarty
An even greater tide of hunger is at Afghanistan’s doorstep as food supplies dwindle and prices soar.
April 17, 2020
A Hunger Crisis Beckons as Afghans Reel From the Impact of COVID-19
By Wahidullah Amani
Three people receiving World Food Program assistance reveal why urgent investment is needed to fend off the pandemic
August 01, 2016
Pakistan: Afghanistan’s Unreliable Breadbasket
By Mohammad Samim
Pakistan accounts for nearly half of Afghanistan's wheat and flour imports. That's bad news for Kabul.