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IBC CONTINUES SUPPORT TO THE PEOPLE OF AFGHANISTAN


The people of Afghanistan are struggling with drought, floods, and hunger brought on by war.

According to UN data, with the deepening economic crisis in Afghanistan, more than half of the population of 40 million is facing the danger of acute hunger.

After the earthquake disaster, the country is trying to heal the wounds of the victoms that especially affected the eastern regions.

Hundreds of people lost their lives in the floods, hundreds of houses were destroyed and thousands of acres of agricultural land became unusable.

IBC continues its activities in the region at full capacity in cooperation with IDRF to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. IBC, which has provided basic food support for those in need in the past weeks, is expanding its humanitarian relief efforts in the region for the upcoming winter season.

 



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