The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid in Afghanistan announced that more than seven hundred Afghan families were injured by the recent floods in this country.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid (OCHA) announced today in a message: With the beginning of spring, heavy rains and flooding, more than seven hundred families have been affected in Afghanistan.
Ocha also added: Initial reports indicate that only yesterday, about a hundred families in Uruzgan province were affected by flooding.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Aid has said; In the past few days, about 650 families were affected by floods in seven provinces of Afghanistan.
Ucha said that aid organizations are assessing the effects and providing assistance; But the limited budget has also limited the ability of relief organizations.
A few days ago, the spokesman of the Afghanistan Ministry of Combating Disasters announced that since the first of April this year, ten people have been killed and seventy-six people have been injured due to floods and earthquakes in Afghanistan.