The humanitarian plight in Afghanistan is getting deeper day by day.
According to the current report of the United Nations Humanitarian Coordination Office (OCHA); In the country with a population of 38 million, it is stated that 22.8 million people will reach the poverty line in 2022.
While increasing political tension, internal turmoil and dry season conditions in the region dragged the country into a serious economic crisis; There are major problems in accessing basic food, health, and hygiene materials.
IBC provided the basic nutritional needs of 1700 families in need during the month of Ramadan by continuing its support to the Afghan people, who could not get out of the war maelstrom for 50 years. IBC, which develops humanitarian aid projects, especially for internal migrants living in tents due to security and economic problems, will continue to meet the basic needs of families such as shelter, food, hygiene kits, and clothing, following the needs analysis it regularly conducts.