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Bayat Foundation helps to combat hunger in Afghanistan
 
Kabul, Bayat Foundation in Afghanistan has started donating food supplies to many desperate families to overcome the current humanitarian crisis in the country.
Bayat Foundation’s Deputy Chairman, Haji Mohammad Ismail in an interview to Ariana News said the organisation is distributing food to the most vulnerable families.
“We began Bayat Foundation’s donation drive today. We started it in the Kandahar zone and will distribute further aid to four other zones. We started with distributions to the most vulnerable families,” Haji Mohammad Ismail said.
He added that this was only the beginning and that desperate families in other areas of the country too would receive food parcels.
Attaullah Sahil, Head of Afghan Wireless Communication Company (AWCC) in Kandahar, stated: “We got lists of vulnerable families from everywhere, in Shah Wali Kot, Arghandab, Zhari, Kajaki even Khas Uruzgan districts.”

Thanking the Bayat Foundation for its generosity, receivers of the organization’s aid have called on other charity organizations to step forth and provide whatever assistance they can to the vulnerable and desperate sections of society.
Kandahar resident, Zeba Gul welcomed Bayat Foundation’s aid and said: “People are in a very bad situation. I have children, their father is dead. Everyday I look for food to feed them and today I found food.”
The Bayat Foundation started helping needy families months ago and the organization plans to distribute aid to as many vulnerable people in other provinces as it can.


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