Afghanistan: “My children will die this winter” Afghanistan’s broken promise to the displaced
The intensifying conflict in Afghanistan has taken a devastating toll on civilians. In just three years, the number of people who have been forced to flee their homes due to the war has more than doubled to some 1.2 million today. Those internally displaced live in horrific conditions on the brink of survival, with little access to food, education or health care. The Afghan government and the international community must do much more to tackle the country’s growing displacement crisis.
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