- The situation deteriorated after the Taliban invasion.
- Two decades of freedom once again shackles.
- The situation is changing, as the UN has warned.
“I can not go out and beg. So I went to the hospital and sold my kidney for Rs 69 lakh. With that money, I will at least feed my children for a while,” said Ghulam Hazrat, in tears. Many fathers in Afghanistan are in similar distress. Afghanistan has been mired in a deep crisis since the Taliban returned to power with the withdrawal of US troops. People Katika fell into poverty.
Do not hesitate to sell organs that can not be eaten. Kidney sales have been on the rise for a few months in Herat provinces. Local doctors said many people were rushing to sell their kidneys because of the financial crisis. Kidney donors explain that this is happening with the mutual consent of the buyer. They are being paid between 600,000 and 800,000 in Afghan currency. In addition, the price of the kidneys depends on the blood type, said Dr. Nasir.
Nasir Ahmed, a urologist, said he performed 85 kidney transplants last year. Although doctors suggest that you need to rest for at least a year after the kidney is removed .. no one is counting. Going to work found in two months. He said their family’s nutrition was more important than the health problems caused by kidney loss. He said their family’s nutrition was more important than the health problems caused by kidney loss.
Another doctor said that they were doing this with the idea of making money in the shortest possible time by selling organs, many of whom were poor. A local religious elder said many had already fled the country in fear for their lives, some of whom had been deported by several countries. It is learned that many people are selling their kidneys to pay off their debts before leaving the country.
On the other hand, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) has expressed concern that a famine tsunami is coming in Afghanistan. Mary Ellen McGrorty, WFP spokeswoman in Afghanistan, has called on all nations of the world to put aside their political differences and provide immediate humanitarian assistance. She lamented that there is currently a severe shortage of food for 2.28 crore people in the country, of which 87 lakh are on the verge of starvation.
He said they were severely short of funds to meet the hunger of Afghans and needed at least $ 4.4 billion to continue full humanitarian aid for the next 12 months. He said $ 2.6 billion would be needed to keep food distribution to a minimum. The international community has called for a resumption of all humanitarian aid to Afghanistan in the past.