The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

No exit plan from Afghanistan, WFP

KABUL: The World Food Program (WFP) has said that it had no intention to abandon Afghanistan ‘despite political gaps.’ The world’s most aid-supplying organization has promised to continue its mission in Afghanistan, however, it said there are still some political gaps between the world and the Islamic Emirate, Bakhtar News Agency reported the other day. “Humanitarian aid is of vital importance to the majority of vulnerable people, including women children and people with disabilities so the UN food agency had no intention of exiting Afghanistan, said Hsiao-Wei Lee, head of the United Nations World Food Program in Afghanistan was quoted by the agency as saying. The WFP official noted that over the last 18 months, the humanitarian crisis had escalated in Afghanistan, where the famine had been prevented by humanitarian aids. “Millions of Afghans were still suffering from food insecurity, said Hsiao-Wei Lee warning that lack of funds needed for humanitarian aid. Earlier, the organization said it had faced with a funding shortfall of $900 million for the next six months. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.