According to Unicef, they have distributed basic needs to over 1,700 families in Herat, Afghanistan's western province.
According to UNICEF Afghanistan, 5,000 blankets, 1,700 tarpaulins, and 1,700 buckets have been distributed to 1,700 most vulnerable families in Herat Province to keep children and women warm and satisfied during this harsh winter.
According to Xinhua, most of the mountains in Asian countries have been covered with snow lately.
To keep #children and women warm and meet their basic needs during this harsh winter, @UNICEFafg distributed 5000 blankets, 1700 tarpaulin and 1700 buckets to 1700 most vulnerable families in #Herat Province. pic.twitter.com/gquz6ZwF9y— UNICEF Afghanistan (@UNICEFAfg) January 5, 2022
Afghans have been facing economic hardship since the Taliban took over the country in mid-August 2021.