World Bank decides to release 280 million from frozen Afghan funds
WASHINGTON: The World Bank has decided to release 28 280 million in humanitarian aid from Afghanistan’s frozen funds, which will enable international charities to help the Afghan people.
According to the World News Agency, the World Bank has transferred 28 280 million in frozen relief funds to international charities to address the humanitarian crisis in refugee camps in Afghanistan since the onset of the winter season, including drought and hunger. Supported
At the direction of the United States and the United Nations, the World Bank’s board meeting this week called for the release of کروڑ 500 million of the ٹی 1.5 billion ARTF.
At the meeting, the World Bank supported the release of 28 280 million, but approval must be obtained from 31 donors of World Bank funds. Following the approval, 28 280 million will be transferred to the World Food Program and UNICEF.
The World Food Program and UNICEF will use the money to address serious issues such as poverty, hunger and epidemics in Afghanistan. The United Nations has already warned that about 14 million Afghans could face starvation.