Afghanistan Is Now Facing Mass Starvation

by | Dec 13, 2021

Sharyn Alfonsi: Some of the humanitarian workers we spoke to said that the country is on the verge of its worst humanitarian crisis ever. Do you believe that to be true?

Dr. Qalandar Ebad: We are on the edge of this crisis. Everyone knows that the funds are freezed by the international community. I think they can unfreeze the funds for the health sector of Afghanistan. It is very important for the need of the time.

Sharyn Alfonsi: The international community has spoken pretty clearly and said, they’re “not gonna unfreeze funds unless there’s a guarantee that all girls will be educated in Afghanistan.” Is the Taliban willing to consider any kind of movement in that area?

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h/T Geopolitics and Empire


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