The United Nations has suggested two plans of assistance to the people of Afghanistan and Afghan migrants in neighboring countries, ensuring more than $5 billion in international funding in 2022, Report informs, citing TASS.
The assistance will cover 22 million people in Afghanistan and 5.7 million Afghans and local communities in neighboring countries.
The organization says people in Afghanistan are facing the worst crisis in the world, with half of the population facing acute famine and over 9 million people resettled.
UN says that without any help, tens of thousands of children may die of malnutrition given the collapse of the primary healthcare services system.
The humanitarian response plan provides for the allocation of $4.4 billion to be used for food and agricultural support, healthcare, setting up shelters, and ensuring access to water and sanitary measures.
The initiative on refugees provides for the allocation of $623 million to 40 organizations engaged in healthcare, provision of food security, education, logistics and telecommunications.