Can Afghanistan avoid a hunger crisis?

Video Period 25 minutes 00 seconds 25:00The United Nations World Food Programme states 8 out of every 9 households in Afghanistan are going starving.The absence of food is the outcome of Afghanistan’s recession. It has actually been intensified by the around the world seclusion of the Taliban federal government.The United States and the Western donors cut financing and obstructed the Taliban from $9bn in foreign money reserves. Taliban leaders desire those funds launched.Would that be enough to avoid a humanitarian crisis?Speaker: Mohammed Jamjoom.Visitors:.Christian Jepsen– Regional interactions consultant, Norwegian Refugee Council.Simbal Khan– Peace and security expert at the UN Development Programme in Pakistan.Haroun Rahimi– Assistant teacher of law at the American University of Afghanistan.Released On 16 Jan 202216 Jan2022 Read More