US News afghanistan: a risk of famine "imminent", is alarmed with the United Nations
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"L has position in is alarming" and the risk of famine is "imminent" as the approach of the Winter and the disorganization of the services with the return of the Taliban to power, warned in an interview with the the Director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), Natalia Kanem.
"At least one third of the population is threatened with imminent famine in the country," said Kanem, particularly concerned about the violence "who are now victims of women and girls", including displaced women.
According to her, the rudeness of winter that hinders the proper functioning of transport and the pandemic will deteriorate an already difficult situation.
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"There are many concerns about how we are going to be able to treat and nourish" people, warned this Panamanian doctor at UNFPA headquarters in New York.
In this context, the first victims will be women.
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"We can not look too much on the fact that, even during this transition period, women and girls have rights Who must be respected, "she warned by recalling that Afghanistan is already" one of the countries where the birth mortality rate and during pregnancy is the highest "in the world.
"Afghanistan women have made it clear for years that they want their education, health care, and are also ready, eager and capable of designing programs in order to lead their communities," has Hammered Natalia Kanem.
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Despite the promises of the Taliban to be more open and less violent than at their first regime (1996-2001), signs are not very encouraging for women.
On the one hand, they appear less rigorist, seem less importing women on the street and allow them to study. But on the other, they suppress the Ministry of Women, replace them with men in some administrations, restore non-mixed university.
Natalia Kanem recalls that in an Afghanistan ravaged by decades of conflict, women, especially in the most severe areas affected by violence, are the only family supports.
This is why "we really hope to deliver goods and goods" to populations living in small communities, as well as "preserve an operational health system".
The head of therecognizes that the goal is "difficult" to reach "with the closed airport" and "some professionals who left the country".
"If the health system collapses, it will be a total catastrophe", is still alarmed by Kanem. The United Nations released Wednesday $ 45 million in emergency aid for the health system in Afghanistan.
25/09/2021 19:21:02 - New York (AFP) - © 2021 AFP
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