Kabul: Afghan daily members are selling off their belongings in order to meet their ends as the country is struggling amid Taliban rule.
New York: A year on from the Taliban takeover in Kabul, Afghanistan is gripped by “cascading crises”, including a crippled economy that humanitarian aid alone cannot address, according to a new report from the UN Development Programme (UNDP) on Wednesday.
Kabul: Afghanistan's Da Afghanistan Bank (DAB) said on Wednesday that it has put in auction 12 million US dollars as part of efforts to keep the local currency afghani stable.
The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) has projected that Afghanistan might be witnessing a job loss between 700,000 and 900,000 by mid-2022 since Taliban took over the country last year, media reports said.
Kabul: The Afghanistan people are experiencing some of “the darkest moments” in a generation the UN human rights chief told Human Rights Council on Wednesday.
New York: A critical $150 million dollar lifeline for rural families in Afghanistan was announced by the World Bank on Monday, part of an overall package of $195 million, for critical livelihood and life-saving assistance, the UN agriculture agency FAO, said on Monday.
Kabul: Hayat Gul, a resident of Ismail Khail Manozai district in Khost province and a member of the previous government's army, left seven children in trouble after he commited suicide around 20 days ago due to unemployment and poverty.
Kabul: Afghanistan's Chamber of Industry and Mines as said nearly 50 percent of factories have halted operations due to banking problems and the lack of raw materials as well as the drop in market demand.
New York: Afghanistan’s economy is in “free fall”, the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator told a special meeting on Sunday, warning that if decisive and compassionate action is not taken immediately, it may “pull the entire population with it”.
Kabul: The drop in the value of Afghanistan's currency, Afghani, against the US dollar has left the already crippled economy of the country in trouble.
Kabul/UNI: Worn-out banknotes are adding to the woes of Afghans as it threatens to further hamper economic activities in the nation.
New York: With millions in Afghanistan facing starvation as winter arrives, the World Food Programme (WFP) on Thursday urged countries to put politics aside and step up support to avert a potential catastrophe.
Kabul/UNI/Sputnik: The problem of financial and bank payment systems in Afghanistan, which are currently "in disarray", must be resolved quickly to minimise negative impacts on the population, according to a new situation report published by the United Nations Development Program on Monday.
Kabul: “Catastrophic and famine-like conditions” hang over Afghanistan’s farmers and herders, whose needs continue to worsen with the onset of winter, UN humanitarians said on Friday.
New York: Countries must unite and act urgently to secure stability in Afghanistan, and a better future for its people, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said in a video message on Wednesday to a regional conference of the country’s neighbours, organized by Iran.