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UNICEF’s statement about children in Afghanistan


Kabul, 23 August 2021 (TDI): About 10 million children across Afghanistan need humanitarian subsistence. Many Afghan children are suffering from excessive malnutrition due to the shortage of food in war-torn areas. Afghan children are also facing violence for a long time and their rights must be protected.

UNICEF is working hard to assist and support Afghan children. There are still many children that need essential services like food, water, sanitation, and lifesaving vaccination drives. It was tried hard to support Afghan children in the educational sector as well.

It was urged to the Taliban to ensure the protection and safety of Afghan children. No hindrance would be created to supply basics to the needs. It was assured that UNICEF is committed to protecting the rights of each.



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