People affected by the recent floods that caused fatalities and damage across Afghanistan have complained about the unfair distribution of aid and said that they haven't received aid yet.
"The flood hit my residence. I haven’t received any aid and no one helped me," said Jahn Mohammad, a resident of Faryab.
"You see my situation: I don’t have an adult son. The flood destroyed everything and I haven’t been able to start work on one room," said Hamrah, a resident of Faryab.
The State Ministry for Disaster Management said that a budget was confirmed by the Prime Minister to provide 100,000 Afs to families who had a member die in the flooding. and 50,000 Afs to those who were injured.
"The State Ministry for Disaster Management has addressed the problems of the flood-affected people and provided them with food and other materials. The Prime Minister confirmed a special budget for the flood-affected people," said Mohammad Naseem Haqqani, a spokesman for the ministry.
Meanwhile, the Afghanistan Chamber of Agriculture and Livestock (ACAL) said that the farmers have suffered heavy financial losses during the recent floods.
"Recently, due to heavy rainfalls and heavy floods, the agriculture sector in various parts of the country has been damaged. More than 50,000 acres of agriculture lands which included crops and gardens have been damaged," said Mirwais Hajizada, deputy head of ACAL.
At least 40 people have been killed and nearly 70 others have been wounded by floods that hit several provinces of Afghanistan, according to the State Ministry for Disaster Management.