Seeger: The insurgents have made it more challenging to bring aid.

In a message, Seeger, the United States of America's special inspector for the reconstruction of Afghanistan, claims that despite the fact that more than 28 million Afghans suffer from severe poverty, the Taliban have had a difficult time distributing aid due to their opposition to women's employment.

Women were prohibited from working and attending school when the Taliban assumed power.

As a result, most humanitarian organizations cut back on or stopped providing aid.

Talban has not communicated with the world community about its major economic issues, despite the fact that the nation's population do.


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