World Food Program Assistance To 2,100 Families In Nimroz Province
The World Food Program (WFP) humanitarian aid was distributed to 2,100 needy families in Nimroz province on Sunday.
Maulvi Siddiqullah Nusrat, head of the Nimroz Immigration Department, told reporters yesterday that the World Food Program (WFP) aid had been distributed to needy families in co-operation with the Taliban Rural Development Authority.
He added that the families had already been listed and that the aid included raw materials and food for the children.
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