Afghans fleeing conflict face worsening hunger

by Norwegian Refugee Council

Photo: Ahmad Shah had just arrived from Badghis province to Herat. His grandchildren are suffering from acute diarrhea and stomach pain. Over two million people in Afghanistan are expected to become severely food insecure in the coming months and are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance in order to survive, according to the United Nations. [Norwegian Refugee Council/Enayatullah Azad]

Over two million people in Afghanistan are expected to become severely food insecure in the coming months and are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance in order to survive, according to the United Nations. The North and West regions are estimated to be particularly at risk due to lack of snow and rainfall leading to dried up water points.

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