Bayat Foundation rolls out aid to hundreds of at-risk families in Uruzgan

Bayat Foundation officials said on Monday that they have distributed food parcels to hundreds of needy families in Uruzgan province amid the ongoing food crisis.
Foundation officials said they continue to race against time to get as much food as possible to people in order to help them make it through the worst of the winter months.
Every year, Bayat Foundation, an Afghan charity organization, distributes food aid to people during the cold winter months. This year, however, the foundation has stepped up distribution amid the humanitarian crisis currently gripping the country.
Already, aid from the foundation has reached tens of thousands of people across the country.
“We are continuing our annual winter campaign to distribute aid through Bayat Foundation. We have already distributed aid to a number of provinces and today we arrived in Uruzgan province, in Tarinkot city and distributed to deserving and displaced people,” said Haji Mohammad Ismail, the deputy head of the Bayat Foundation.
“The aid includes flour, rice and oil. More aid will be distributed in other provinces,” he said.
Tarinkot city recipients meanwhile welcomed the aid received and called on businesses and traders to also help at-risk people.
“We highly appreciate Bayat Foundation that helped needy residents of Uruzgan,” said one recipient.
According to officials they have distributed food aid to at-risk people in Ghazni, Herat, Balkh, Khost, Kunduz, Kandahar, Bamiyan, Kabul, Nangarhar and Paktia provinces.The post Bayat Foundation rolls out aid to hundreds of at-risk families in Uruzgan first appeared on Ariana News.

Source: Ariana News

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