UN Food Agency: Afghan Malnutrition Rates at Record High
By Ebrahim Noroozi
“Half of Afghanistan endures severe hunger throughout the year,” said a World Food Program spokesperson, while Taliban restrictions on women have seriously impacted aid delivery.
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.
Can NGOs Continue to Provide Aid in Afghanistan?
By Sam McLaren
What is the outlook for aid workers in the Taliban’s Afghanistan?
Afghanistan’s Progress Was Made Possible With International Support
By Sediq Seddiqi
It is vital that aid resources remain sufficient over the coming years to sustain these gains.
Afghanistan’s Economy – and Access to Aid – at Stake in Peace Talks
By Hanif Sufizada
Will the Taliban and the Afghan government come to terms in time to rescue the country’s fledgling economy?
Afghanistan Needs the World’s Help to Fight COVID-19
By Timothy Bishop
Having already lived through decades of war, Afghans are now bracing themselves for another battle against COVID-19. The world cannot stand idly by.