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Qudsia, a resident of Kabul, shared her heart-wrenching experience, stating, “We received help several times almost two years ago, but since then, we have not received any assistance.” Her family’s situation is dire, with five children and an unemployed husband. Two of her children are ill, and she cannot afford their treatment. Qudsia is just one example of the many Afghan women who have been left to fend for their families without the support they desperately need.
OCHA’s report, released on September 4th, highlights that this crisis is a result of funding shortages. This devastating shortfall has left a million women and 700,000 children deprived of humanitarian aid, with detrimental consequences. The report underscores the urgent need for increased financial support to alleviate the suffering of these vulnerable populations.