Afghanistan is facing a convergence of challenges, including a deteriorating human rights situation due to the Taliban's repressive policies and practices, a culture of impunity, an ongoing humanitarian and economic crisis, recent deadly earthquakes, and the possibility of massive involuntary returns, all of which require urgent action to avoid further suffering and potential instability in the country and the region, a UN expert said today.
The United Nations Organization for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid or OCHA, by publishing a new report, said that due to the earthquakes in western Afghanistan, 114 thousand people are in need of help and 93 million dollars are needed to support them.
Soraya is one of the victims of the recent earthquakes in Herat province, who lost her four daughters under the debris.
Five days have passed since the powerful earthquake in western Afghanistan, the people of Herat province are still afraid of the next earthquakes and have left their homes and spend the cold autumn nights in the open air next to the streets.
A number of working women in Badghis province who are heads of their families say that they are facing many challenges and economic problems and the work restrictions imposed on women have added to their economic problems more than ever.
After the recent developments in the last two years and the increase of humanitarian and economic crises in Afghanistan, millions of people for various reasons, including during the stages of refugee cases, rescue from unemployment, poverty and hunger, lack of education and the current ruling situation in the country, More migrated to Pakistan than ever before.