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84 million aid from the World Bank to Afghanistan

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Kabul. Afghanistan has received $84 million in aid from the World Bank amid the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the country, according to Tolo News. According to the World Bank, the aid will be used to deal with the economic crisis, provide livelihood projects, help Afghan women, address climate change and help migrants.

The project was launched in 2022 with a grant of $265 million from ARTF to provide livelihood support and services in rural and urban areas, support social grants for women and the most vulnerable, and strengthen community institutions for inclusive service delivery, the bank’s statement said.

The Ministry of Finance has welcomed the support of the World Bank and said that it can support economic expansion and project revisions, which will contribute to the creation of jobs in the country as a result. The implementation of the project can create jobs, improve service delivery in urban and rural areas and address the problem of immigrants, said Abdul Rehman Habib, spokesman of the Taliban Ministry of Finance.

Meanwhile, the citizens of Kabul have demanded that more assistance be given openly, taking into account the current situation, according to Tolo News. In Afghanistan, people are poor and destitute and only get work for three days a month. Omar Ali, a resident of Kabul, said that he has ten dependents in his house and has been in debt for rent for one and a half years.

Most international organizations, including the World Bank, have stopped working in Afghanistan after the Taliban regained power in Afghanistan. The re-operation of these institutions is expected to boost the Afghan economy.

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