Some Kabul residents, the majority of whom are struggling economically, criticized the lack of transparency in the distribution of humanitarian assistance.
They urged the humanitarian organizations to assist the people equally since they are concerned about the approaching cold season.
"Winter is approaching. Nothing is in our home. The price of 560 kg of wood in Afghani is 7500. This is the major issue we are dealing with,” said Ghulam Sakhi.
According to some citizens of the country, as winter approaches, people require more help, and humanitarian organizations should help the people in this regard.
"They don't give aid to the proper ones, we want them to increase their help to the people,” said Massoud, a resident of Kabul.
Meanwhile, the World Food Program (WFP), said that nine out of ten Afghans lack access to enough food.
Some analysts believe that the country will not benefit from the short-term aid.
"To a limited extent, it can solve the economic and food difficulties of the Afghan people, but up until now, neither the government nor the aid organizations have established a special mechanism that can permanently solve the concerns of the people," said Mansoor Hedayat, a political analyst.
However, the Deputy Minister of the Ministry of Economy said that the implementation of this ministry's plans would solve the people's economic issues.
"By launching development projects and attracting humanitarian aid, it can somewhat tackle economic problems and the problem of poverty,” said Abdul Latif Nazari, Deputy Minister of Economy.
Previously, the World Bank announced that Afghanistan's GDP will experience a negative growth of thirty to thirty-five percent this year, and people will face more poverty.