Kabul – The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that it has provided Afghanistan with at least 186 metric tons of medical supplies in the last two months.
On Sunday, October 10, the World Health Organization tweeted that the aid has been sent to Afghanistan on nine flights since late August.
The auxiliary batch included essential medicines and other important medical items which have been sent to the health centers across Afghanistan.
The aid will be delivered to 2.5 million citizens of Afghanistan, the WHO reported.
The director of the WHO visited Afghanistan to review the health condition, and he called immediately for global assistance to avoid the collapse of the health care system of the country.