tv DW News - Asia Deutsche Welle January 28, 2022 2:30pm-2:46pm CET
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come from some or even resorting to selling the organs for food. second, i've got it on children with no food to eat. many are ending up in hospitals that out themselves unable to cope with the never ending stream of metal matters. kids and 3rd, the economy, which is at a standstill, gosh, is in short supply and revenue on those like this is to what is the, what's bought a, lying empty ah irish energy, welcome to d, w. news, asia. glad you could join us. millions in afghanistan are going hungry aid agencies estimates half the pulp emission doesn't know where it's next me. it is coming from . it's leading to desperation. that relief or as ations are trying hard to fight.
but the sure numbers of people needing help make it an almost impossible challenge . i every day go now sits on the side, the bitterly cold highway to cobble with her thumb, begging. they wait for cars to slow and give a few crumpled bills. on a good day, she gets nearly $3.00 most day. it's less than that though it is because we don't have any heating ovens at home. my children don't have anything to eat. they live hungry, it's winter and we have no firewood for heating. we have nothing, we have nothing at home and every day whether it's raining or snowing, we come and sit here with a mission info number a mission. afghans are desperate for food. nearly 3000000 are displaced in their own country,
driven from their homes by dr. war and famine. the extent of the problem now in afghanistan for people is dire. 23000000 people are food insecure and what that means is 23000000 people don't know where the next meeting coming from the world food program. enough gone, it's done, reckons it needs 2600000000 dollars this year. but that only amounts to $0.30 per person per day. we're calling this waste against time. we need to get to families in very difficult heart reach areas. it's winter, it's cold that snow. w. f p distributes food vouchers to the neediest. word spreads quickly through the streets. the food is being distributed soon. scores of men and women are scrambling for rations. well,
as long as the humanitarian crisis deepens, people are being forced to sell their own organs. organs harvesting is not a new problem in afghanistan, but it's worsened under the ongoing crisis. summer even forced to sell their children to survive with. i'm done with no, no one can tell me to sell my children, but we are struggling to keep them alive. and that's why we thought of selling them . maybe it will be better for them and we can get food for the others to the knowledge her. these, this woman has already sold her kidney and lost one child to starvation. soon she will have nothing left to sacrifice amazon. so there was a she, she might, yeah. of grandson's food crisis is alter, visible in its hospitals, in the form of malnourished children needing medical aid. so weeks hardy
had nothing to eat. her mother could no longer breast feed her and the family couldn't afford to buy milk. 14 days ago they brought her to this hospital and cobble cut off with us because she was much worse before she fed milk every hour and she can keep it down to the family situation has severely deteriorated in the past few months. then i have skyrocketed. i have 3 sons and a daughter. we were able to buy food, but recent developments of hitches massively, especially the devalue ation of the currency and inflation. i'm a widow and live in someone else's apartment ness sakina used to fee would normally look after 5 patients. now she has over 20, the number of people currently seeking hospital treatment far out strips capacity was going to get that issue. so for me,
she must say more and more of the children. we see here a malnourished was this one. do you tell me? sure. we need more medicine, more space, more stuff, and other resources for the many patients. in new york, michigan. recently the international red cross has been supporting the hospital with financial aid and medicine. the tara comes from a suburb cobble and brought her son to the children's ward. jo, most my husband is a teacher. he's not being paid for the last 3 or 4 months. i sold a ring, so i could bring my son here for treatment. the family can only afford tea and bread to eat. often there's not enough money for gas for heating or cooking food on . they say my husband will receive his salary, but i don't know if that all happened last week. they announced they would pay and
they still haven't. mm hm. so tara has the equivalent of just under 20 years left from the sale of her ring. she doesn't know how she'll get by after that logo, money them, she lou, my son and the son of us that we can only keep the children here for a maximum of 2 months. we can't keep them any longer because we have to make room for other children. even call me the who do then see which one will at the one a saw people come to us from all over the country. joe mccoy. jim. megan, i'm lisa. the children only go home once they're well enough, but often they're back within a few months when their parents have no more food left to give them. and the dollars jeweler so daily spoke about of grandson's from monitored in crisis with the head of the world food program. david beasley, mister beesley, could you give us a picture of the humanitarian emergency unfolding right now in afghanistan?
afghanistan was already one of the poor sculptures in the world with train of 20 years, at least of conflict with the taliban. and now what we're facing is catastrophic. the number of people that literally are knocking on starvation door is 23000000 people out of 40000000 people. it is horrific. in fact, i've been there several times of the meeting with families, mothers and fathers. in fact, when mother was telling me how she had to sell her daughter to get food for her family in the hopes that her daughter could be well fed by another family. and so mothers and families are having to choose because they have no money do if they do have any money, do i buy a cookie? no, to feed my children, or do i buy heating? oh, to keep my children from freeze to death. this is how horrific it is in afghanistan right now. what kind of difficulties are you encountering in delivering food to the
people in need? there, we've been operating in afghanistan before the taliban took over in and quite frankly, it's been quite remarkable. the access that we have, the taliban, i have met with our teams have met with out in the provinces as well as in cobble. and they have assured us allowing us to operate in partially independently, naturally. and they've honored that we've been able to operate do what we need to do to reach the innocent victims of this conflict if we get the money that we need . and that's our biggest limitation right now we can reach the afghan people without any one including the taliban, interfering with our operations in that extremely important for us. that is a humanitarian effort. enough sanctions and asset freezes have been applied to the taliban since they came into government and they're hitting the tanami in afghanistan. heart should these measures be reconsidered? so the long term solution is not humanitarian aid. the long term solution is going
to be the international community figuring a path forward so that afghanistan can revitalize, is economy and move on with his life. because we've got so many crisis right now around the world. because if we don't have enough of money more wide, where am i going to get the money to feed all the children in afghanistan? am i going to take it from the children and syria, the children in a ethiopia, the children in easier? molly? so this is a very serious issue in the leaders around the world have yet to really sit down and find a pragmatic way forward. otherwise it's going to be catastrophic. as you've said, there's urgent need for funding, not only for afghanistan, but also for other emergencies around the world, like yemen and syria. you have many times appealed to the leaders and the millionaires of the world for funding. what has the response been so far? during this coven experience the world's billionaires have made unprecedented money
over $5200000000.00 of net worth increase per day. all we need is one day's worth of their net worth increase to really address our short term crisis. is that too much to ask? i don't think so because the world needs the world billionaires who profited during coven, to help the world's poor david beasley, executive director of the world food program. thank you. thank you. with the huge challenges facing, i've gone on since the thought of on take over, it seems almost trivial to think about its tourism industry, but prior to the volleyball coming to power tourism did to create local economies that help sustain communities. i've gone traveling to different parts of the country, providing much needed employment for tour guides, boat operators and other professions. but since august last year old that has dried up leaving tourism industry workers in the lodge. the deep blue lakes of bundy,
amier a pristine mountain landscape. 3000 meters above sea level. it's afghan is stands 1st and only national park. the area usually attract thousands of visitors a year. all that changed with the taliban takeover now its deserted. the normally busy kiosks, empty and padlocked, cobbling hill if it used to be very good and there was scheme, programs and competitions in the winter. they used to be so many tourists. but since the taliban came in the last 4 months, we haven't seen any tourists in bondage mia, to see that the one is more the when the narrative. today, visitors are greeted by arm taliban soldiers and vehicle inspections of towns once flocked to bundy. i'm here looking for a break from decades of conflict. the region prospered, but now it's taking the double hit from the pandemic and the economic crisis following the taliban victory over the mother by them. it's 70 to 80 families
living in the village, and they livelihood depend entirely on tourism couldn't oh the if they're a tourists, their income is good. if not one, they have nothing. when micha, without the tourists, the striking beauty of the mountains remains. but the people who live here are facing a winter of hardship. fortunately though some help is a getting through, believe it today with images of some of those aid efforts went through next week. a by i my 1st vice i just was a sewing machine. ah, where i come from,
women are boned by this ocean, given something as simple as learning how to write a bicycle isn't since i was a little girl, i wanted to have a bicycle of my own, but it took me years to amendments. my finally, they gave up and went to buy me on my side and returned with a sewing machine sewing, i suppose, was more appropriate for guns than writing a bite. and now i want to reach out to those woman back home for bone to buy their duties and social rules and inform them about dead basic rights. my name is be about the home and i work at eden. ah, a ah, an economic recovery that's out of balance. that's the i m f. 's new warning for china. wobbly real estate sector, falling consumption and
a hard line against major tech companies. are all working against paging efforts to bring the pandemic under control. also on the show germany and you have big plans for renewables in the next decade. they aren't going to be cheap. and french bakers are an uproar over bud get prices. they say a supermarket chain is under cutting their ability to sell hello, welcome to the show. i'm seeking beardsley in berlin. we begin in china where the international monetary fund has warned of an unbalanced recovery. the organization forecast, the world's 2nd largest economy, will grow 4.8 percent this year. that's down from 8 point one percent. last year. the i'm of criticized beijing's regulatory crack down to get tech giants saying such measures could scare off for an investment the ailing real estate center is another concerned mentioned in the report when speaking of which beijing is considering breaking.