get food by selling kidney
The humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan has crossed all borders and dozens of people are forced to sell their kidneys to feed their families.
An Afghan family, consisting of three brothers and two sisters, has all had surgery and all the children’s organs removed so that their family members can get food. According to the report of DailyMail, the organs of all the children have been sold for about Rs. His family members have already sold their kidneys. That is, different members of the family are selling their kidneys in turn, so that two grains of grain can fall in the stomach and now the organs of the children are being sold, because now the elders of the house have nothing to sell.
8 children in the house, what should parents do?
According to the Daily Mail report, another Afghan family, which has eight children apart from husband and wife, husband and wife have sold their kidneys to feed them and now they are trying to sell one of their children anonymously. So that the whole family can feed. “Six months ago my three-year-old son died of starvation,” a 25-year-old mother, who lives in the city of Herat, Afghanistan, tells Sky News, crying. I can’t see the rest of the kids dying now… at least I can feed them by selling the kidneys. So far the family has not decided which child to sell, but the family says that they are completely desperate and are ready to sell their young children’s kidneys at any cost, because now They have nothing left to sell. The father said that, children cry at night with hunger and if any customer is found, they are ready to sell any of their children for 20 thousand Afghan rupees.
Afghanistan’s economy is collapsing
The Taliban captured Afghanistan on August 15 last year and since then they have been fighting among themselves. The voice of the people has been suppressed on the basis of gun, but it is not possible to run the country on the basis of this terrorist group. In the last 6 months, many factions have been formed within the Taliban and in many parts of the country, conflicts have started between the Taliban. But, there is no one to look after those destitute families. International aid to Afghanistan has been stopped and its direct impact is on the people of the country. People do not have money to buy even basic things. Dozens of women, children and people from a village outside Herat province, close to the Iranian border, have sold their kidneys so they can feed.
people selling organs in Iran
People living in villages in Afghanistan near the border with Iran cross the border with Iran, and sell their organs there. A boy, whose mother had sold his organ a few days back, told Sky News that people are left with no choice. At the same time, a family said, ‘We are doing this to save our children’. At the same time, an elderly man living in an Afghan village on the border of Iran has appealed to the world, crying, that he should not be left in this condition. The elderly man said that people are selling their organs, children are selling them and this is a tragedy for us and the world should come forward to help us.
no treatment in hospitals
The economic collapse of Afghanistan has taken place and due to the lack of international help, the people of the country are now completely destitute. Wage, now the treatment has stopped in hundreds of hospitals of the country, because how to treat the patients, there are no resources and no medicine left. Dr Mohamed Akel Halimi, a doctor working at Herat Regional Hospital in Herat city, says that there is no medicine or bandages left in the burn ward of the hospital. Due to having adequate dressing there, the patients who come, get dangerous infection. Their families, who are unable to buy food for their families, from where will they be able to buy medicines. So patients are being left to die. Dr Akel told Sky News that doctors have the ability to treat, but how can patients recover without medicine?
32 lakh children on the verge of death
According to the United Nations, millions of people living in Afghanistan are completely desperate and facing hunger. At the same time, more than 32 lakh children below the age of 5 years have become victims of acute malnutrition and now the time to reach them is running out. World Vision’s national director for Afghanistan, Charles, said the humanitarian aid fund was desperately needed. The Taliban, on the other hand, have neither an action plan nor money to run the country. The Taliban has only guns, due to which it has forced the people of the country to keep their mouth shut till now.