The UN has estimated that 50 million people in 45 countries are living "each day on the edge of famine."
The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Twitter that the catastrophe could be avoided with "urgent" actions to help people in need.
"Up to 50 million people in 45 countries live each day on the edge of famine," Guterres said. "We can avoid catastrophe, but urgent action is needed to ensure we get help to those in need."
Afghanistan is also facing a severe humanitarian crisis. World Food Programme says more than half of the population is suffering from hunger.
Atifa is a resident of Kabul , who said that she needs to do hard work to make ends meet for her family of 10 people.
"I am struggling a lot. There is no work. You see, I brought these apples but now they spoiled," she said.
The Ministry of Economy said that it has been trying to recruit foreign investment to address the economic challenges of the country.
"Our plan is to release the Afghan assets and recruitment of national and international investment through diplomacy," said Abdul Latif Nazari, deputy Minister of Economy.